After an attack on a jewelry store in Berlin-Spandau, the alleged perpetrator has to answer before the regional court from Thursday (9.15 a.m.).
Berlin – After a robbery on a jewelry store in Berlin-Spandau about two months ago, the alleged perpetrator had to report from Thursday (9.15 a.m.) before the District Court of the Capital be responsible.
The 44-year-old is said to have threatened the shopkeeper and an employee with a alarm gun and forced them to open showcases.
The defendant took jewelry worth around 12,000 euros.
However, the owner managed to trigger an alarm unnoticed, the police said at the time.
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Emergency forces arrested the 44-year-old in the shop.
The charge is aggravated robbery.