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Police search for woman who smashed doors at bank branch

Police are searching for an unknown woman who used a hammer to damage glass doors at a bank in Bratislava. The woman approached a bank in the district of Dúbravka on July 7. Footage from a security camera shows her taking a hammer out of a plastic bag and then pounding repeatedly on the doors with it. After a couple of seconds the woman abandoned her effort and left.

Police are searching for an unknown woman who used a hammer to damage glass doors at a bank in Bratislava. The woman approached a bank in the district of Dúbravka on July 7. Footage from a security camera shows her taking a hammer out of a plastic bag and then pounding repeatedly on the doors with it. After a couple of seconds the woman abandoned her effort and left.

"By the action of an as-of-yet unknown perpetrator, the bank suffered damage estimated at €2,400," police spokesperson Tatiana Kurucová told the TASR newswire on Tuesday, July 31. The police are calling on anyone with information that may help to identify the unknown woman to come forward.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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