A man with dark blonde hair and a beard, and a friendly smile at the camera is being sought by the police in Iserlohn (North Rhine-Westphalia) as a suspected thug. The manhunt began after a passer-by was attacked by three men on the station forecourt during the summer. The victim was asking for some change when he was suddenly attacked and beaten by the three men, who then fled the scene, leaving behind a cell phone.
The police found the suspect’s profile picture on the phone and are now seeking information from the public about this previously unknown suspect. The victim has identified the man as being around 30 to 45 years old, and the phone was set to Romanian. The police are asking for any information that may help them identify and locate this individual.
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