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Ram-raid in Bratislava

Thief takes luxurious watches worth €0.5 million from jeweller's shop.

The burgled jeweller’s shop.(Source: TASR)

An unidentified perpetrator rammed the entrance door of a jeweller’s shop in downtown Bratislava on Monday morning.

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“Based on our information so-far, an unknown culprit crashed a motor vehicle into a jeweller’s shop at Panská Street in Bratislava shortly after 5:00,” the police informed on their Facebook site. “Afterwards he stole several cases with watches worth more than €500,000 and fled.”

Law enforcement authorities cannot provide further information at this time, the police announced. They are requesting that potential witnesses call 158.

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Topic: Bratislava


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