On video: a 72-year-old resident of Beer Sheva was attacked and robbed while driving (documentation on social networks according to Section 27 A of the Copyright Law)
A 72-year-old resident of Beer Sheva, who has a disability, was robbed and attacked last week after he parked his car.
The investigation revealed that a suspect, a 50-year-old resident of the city, emerged towards the 72-year-old's car and attacked him.
In the documentation of the case, the suspect can be seen forcing the driver out of his car and taking his wallet.
The prosecutor's office is expected to file an indictment against the suspect tomorrow (Wednesday).
The investigation also shows that the suspect apparently followed the elderly person, saw him near the ATM and then decided to rob him.
Major Maor Maatuk who investigated the incident said that "a call was received about an attack on an elderly man and the theft of his wallet.
The police realized that it was a robbery.
Before the incident, the victim performed operations at the ATM, and Azad was attacked and robbed by the suspect.
An investigation was immediately launched.
We were able to identify the suspect, who was arrested after the incident."
Documenting the robbery in Be'er Sheva.
Last week (photo: official website, Walla system!)
The 72-year-old described the event as a "nightmare," and said that it was a nightmare," he says, "I parked in a handicapped parking lot and went to the ATM.
When I got back to the car, it was completely dark, I opened the door and then a big man came up to me and grabbed me from behind.
According to him, the attacker picked him up and threw him to the floor several times.
"He took my wallet and there was no money in it at all," he said.
"He was on the attack, I suffer from dry blows because of what happened to me, I was afraid that he might have a knife."
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