DAILYKENN.com -- Two aliens have been arrested for allegedly dragging a 54-year-old German in the path of a train.
The unidentified victim was struck by a train, but managed to survive and is providing information to authorities
Apparently, one of the aliens dragged the victim onto a train track bed and, with the help of a sibling, prevented him from escaping.
The aliens — a brother and sister from Syria aged 22 and 25 — were not identified by name. They were described as "asylum seekers."
The crime occurred in Karlsruhe, Germany and was reported July 30, 2020.
Excerpted from presseportal.de ▼ and translated by Google
In connection with the attempted homicide at Waghäusel station last Tuesday, the Criminal Investigation Commissioner Bruchsal was able to identify two suspects and arrested them on Wednesday in a shared accommodation for asylum seekers. At the request of the Karlsruhe Public Prosecutor's Office, they were brought before the judge on Thursday, who ordered custody against both suspects - a brother and sister from Syria aged 22 and 25.
The 25-year-old is said to have physically attacked the 54-year-old victim for no apparent reason and dragged him into the track bed and subsequently prevented him from trying to leave the track bed. The 22-year-old is said to have secured the crime scene and promoted the crime in this way.
The investigators came on the trail of the suspects on the basis of witness statements in connection with a police check as part of the investigative measures initiated. In the course of further investigations, the investigative authorities were able to further substantiate the suspicion.
The 54-year-old victim is now on the mend and is ready to be heard. The man claimed to have been attacked suddenly for no apparent reason.
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