Status: 21.09.2023, 20:00 p.m.
By: Wolfgang Schnetz
The Freising police are looking for a beggar who beat and robbed a Freising woman. © Marijan Murat/dpa/Symbolbild
A 52-year-old woman was robbed in front of a supermarket in Freising. She was beaten by a beggar because she wanted more money.
Freising – A 52-year-old woman was the victim of a robbery on Tuesday on Gutenbergstraße. The Freisinger had parked her Seat at the back of a supermarket, according to the police. When she returned from shopping and got in, she saw a young woman sitting in front of her car. She spoke to them. The stranger immediately showed a picture with children and just said "children, children".
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As a result, the Freising woman opened her purse to give the woman a little little money. However, the stranger demanded a banknote and tried to snatch the 52-year-old's purse. As a result, there was a scramble, in the course of which the stranger slapped the 52-year-old in the face. In the process, the wallet fell to the ground and coins fell out. The 30-year-old grabbed a two-euro coin and fled. The woman has black hair, wears a bun and wore black slippers. Information can be obtained from PI Freising by calling (0 81 61) 5 30 50.