Dortmund: Man sexually harassed woman at the main train station – a few hours after the arrest he is back on site
Dortmund. Sexual harassment at the main train station Dortmund. On Wednesday morning, a man attacked a 20-year-old woman from Essen. Despite the ban, the perpetrator reappeared at the main train station just a few hours later Dortmund on.
Dortmund: man molested young woman at the main train station
As the police from Dortmund reported, the attack took place around 7.30 a.m. The man at the age of 35 went up to the 20-year-old from Essen and immorally grabbed her breast.
The woman reported the incident to a railway employee, whereupon the man was first caught and then taken to the federal police station.
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The 35-year-old did not want to comment on the Dortmund police. However, the officers were able to understand the act on a surveillance video at the main train station and reported the man for sexual harassment.
The perpetrator was also banned from entering the Dortmund main station. But that didn’t stop him from coming back.
Dortmund: After sexual assault – culprit returns
Despite being sent off, the man was seen again at Dortmund Central Station just two hours later. He turned to his next crime.
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In a drugstore, he took several items with him. Employees in the shop noticed the crime and were able to hold the 35-year-old until the police arrived.
The Dortmund police then handed the case over to a judge at the district court, who had the man locked up.
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The federal police initiated further criminal proceedings against the perpetrator, among others for theft and trespassing. (mkx)