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Iraqi men with asylum applications pending insulted, sexually assaulted, spat on and pushed two German women.




Vlad Tepes Blog:

An original translation of a press release by the Bundespolizei NRW. (update: we have included a statement of the police at the bottom)

BPOL NRW: After sexual assault in the main train station Dortmund – Federal Police Dog Ivo Apprehends Suspects
13.11.2017 – 10:22

(ots) – Sunday morning (November 12.) sexual harassment against two women on the square in front of the main train station Dortmund was reported. In the manhunt for the suspects, police dog Ivo was able to apprehend three of the suspects. Another suspect was apprehended with the active support of an innocent bystander.

Around 04:00 AM, Police Dortmund informed the Federal Police at the main train station that two women had dialled the police emergency number. Several men were harassing them on the yard in front of the train station.

As part of the search, a large group of men was noted at the northern exit. When they spotted the Federal Police officers, they fled in the direction Nordstadt. Several Federal Police officers pursued them, among them police dog Ivo.

In the Keuning Park, several of the suspects tried to hide, whereupon Ivo was called to action. He picked up the scent of the men and was able to apprehend three persons (18/22/27) in the shrubs. The men froze there, apparently impressed by the barking dog, until the officers were able to arrest them.

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