The Dutch footballer Bernio Verhagen, who on Monday had extended his pre-trial detention, is bolted.
The pre-trial detention and voldssigtede footballer Bernio Verhagen is on Monday escaped from the police.
The writing in the Middle - and Vestjyllands Police on Twitter.
Dutch Verhagen, who in november was on contract in the football club Viborg FF, had earlier on Monday extended his pre-trial detention.
But at 13.45 stack Verhagen of the police in connection with the carriage in Holstebro, writes police on Twitter.
Carsten Henriksen, vagtchef by the Middle - and Vestjyllands Police, says to B. T.:
- He is under the transport and is to be handed over in the jail, when he sees a chance to run. He runs down the pedestrian street and in through a side road, and then he's gone.
- It happens completely undramatic, but we have not looked after well enough on him, says vagtchefen to B. T.
the Police adds that it is asking the public for help to find him. If you have information, you can call the police on phone number 114.
According to the charges, to have Verhagen repeatedly beaten his 21-year-old girlfriend during a stay at the Palace Hotel in Viborg as well as in a apartment in cathedral city.
He must, according to the charges, to have "thrown around" with her and pushed her hard up against a wall. It has, according to a medical examination of the woman resulted in around 40 bruises on ekskærestens body.
three weeks ago was Verhagen in custody after the uproar in a kiosk in Viborg. Here franarrede he is, according to the charges, the money and passport from his chilean ex-girlfriend, while he pushed and forced her on the floor.
Verhagen has since the start of november has been the centre of a bizarre case.
5. november announced a week LATER that the club had signed a contract with the Dutch offensivspiller Bernio Verhagen.
the Club felt that it had reached an agreement with Verhagen under false pretenses.
26. november terminated the Viborg contract, and the same day he was arrested in connection with the tumult in a kiosk at the train Station in Viborg.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 16 December 2019, 18:00