Updates: 21.01.2022 11:03
Released: 21.01.2022, 11:03
Prague – The police detained a man who, according to her, robbed a bank in Prague last week and took several hundred thousand crowns from it. The previously unpunished 21-year-old robber confessed to the crime, wanted to use the money for his dream life, he said on web Prague Police, its spokesman Jan Rybanský. The court will decide today on the motion to take the man into custody, he added.
The perpetrator raided the bank’s branch in Vinohradská Street on Wednesday, January 12, after 5:00 p.m. The cashier threatens to see it using the pistol that was in his pocket. “The woman obeyed her life and obeyed all the cash in the amount of several hundred thousand crowns,” Rybanský described the assault.
The perpetrator managed to escape from the bank. The next day, politicians released footage from security cameras and asked the public for help in identifying the suspect’s identity. According to the spokesman, the media’s media coverage of the criminals traced the 21-year-old, who was detained in a hotel in the Mladá Boleslav region on Wednesday, is money from which he did not spend much.
“During the interrogation, the unpunished suspect confessed to the crime. As a reason for his action, he stated that he stopped enjoying the current way of life, which he solved by bankruptcy, and wanted to use the stolen money for the life he dreamed of,” the spokesman said.
The crime of robbery faces up to ten years in prison.