Czech Republic: Yet another homeless man attacked in Olomouc
A homeless man was assaulted in Olomouc Tuesday night, the sixth to be attacked in the town since the end of May. The attacks have been committed by various perpetrators, and the town's CCTV system has assisted police in apprehending some of them.
Patrolmen discovered the man at 1:30 AM in Koželužská Street. "He was drunk. He had facial injuries that were bleeding, damaged teeth and several visible bruises on his face. The 45-year-old man told the patrolmen he had just been physically assaulted by a man unknown to him," Magda Václavíková, spokesperson for the Municipal Police, said. The man was handed over to emergency medical responders.
Police are investigating the incident. Thanks to the CCTV system in Olomouc, police have already arrested the perpetrators of two previous attacks.
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