A foreigner killed in central Bratislava

Police are asking eyewitnesses to share information that could help clarify the incident.

An illustrative photoAn illustrative photo (Source: Sme )

The police are looking for witnesses of an incident that occurred on the SNP Square in Bratislava in the early morning hours on Sunday, December 8. One man is reported to have been killed in the incident. Markiza television reported the man was a foreigner.

The police report that a patrol, along with rescuers, was sent to the square in central Bratislava, where passersby found an unconscious person.

"Despite their efforts, rescuers failed to save the man," the police wrote in their statement on Facebook on Sunday morning. The man allegedly died after he was kicked in the head.

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