The wanted person is said to have insulted a 33-year-old and then hit his head with a fist.
The Berlin police are looking for two men who are said to have carried out an anti-Semitic attack on a 33-year-old in September. On Thursday, the investigators published photos and personal descriptions of the suspects.
The two men are said to have attacked the 33-year-old on Tuesday, September 13, around 2:50 p.m. on the S41 line between the Jungfernheide and Wedding stations. According to initial investigations, one of the two unknown suspects is said to have insulted the man and then hit him with his fists. In the further course, the second wanted person is said to have participated in the attack. The 33-year-old suffered multiple head injuries.
The suspects are described as follows:
- around 20 to 30 years old
- about 1.70 m to 1.75 m tall
- short black hair and black beard
- dressed in a dark blue T-shirt with the inscription “CALIFORNIA”, blue-grey work trousers, work boots
- around 18 to 20 years old
- about 1.65 m to 1.70 m tall
- 10 cm long blond hair
- wore a “hip hop style” necklace
- dressed in black sweatpants
The criminal police are asking: Who can provide information on the identity and/or whereabouts of the wanted persons? Who saw the suspects before, during or after the crime? Who can provide further, relevant information about the crime or the wanted person?
The State Criminal Police Office at Bayernring 44 in Tempelhof takes tips on the telephone number (030) 4664 – 953 528, by fax on the number (030) 4664 – 953 599, by e-mail to mailto:[email protected], via the Berlin Internet Police Station and any other police station.