The Salzburg police are looking for three unknown perpetrators who are said to have threatened and robbed a 16-year-old with a knife at the train station in Kuchl (Tennengau) in September. The ÖBB has now published video recordings of the perpetrators.
Three strangers are said to have threatened a 16-year-old Tennengau resident on the platform of Kuchl station shortly after 11 p.m. on September 24, 2021. One of the suspects is said to have guarded the platform while the other two held their victim and threatened to kill him with a knife. She would have asked for money. However, the 16-year-old did not have one with him, why the suspects should have stolen a gold necklace from him. After that, the alleged perpetrators fled, according to the Salzburg police.
Video recordings of the ÖBB could now convict the alleged robbers. The recordings show three men who were identified as possible perpetrators by the 16-year-old from Tennengau. The police have started a manhunt and are asking for information from the population.
Description of the perpetrator
The Salzburg police describe the alleged robbers as follows: The first man is said to be around 16 years old, 170 centimeters tall, has a thin stature, dark brown hair, southern appearance, is said to have spoken the Austrian dialect and was dressed in dark clothes. The age of the second man is also estimated to be 16 years, he is 170 centimeters tall, has dark brown hair, southern appearance and dark clothes. The third man is said to be 17 years old, 175 centimeters tall, is said to have had a full beard, a beige jacket and is also described as a southern type.
Notes to the police
Information on the alleged perpetrators can be obtained from the Salzburg State Criminal Police Office at 059133-50-3333