POL-MR: Bag lost + insurance negative – drug test positive + again too fast…

Hesse Central Police Headquarters – Marburg-Biedenkopf Press Office

Marburg-Biedenkopf (ots)

Stadtallendorf – missing bag

After previous investigations were unsuccessful, the police are now turning to the population and looking for witnesses to a reported purse snatching. The victim, an 81-year-old woman from Kirtorf, said that she took the X35 line to Stadtallendorf on Monday, August 8, and got off at 4:55 pm at the bus stop in front of the Shell gas station on Niederkleiner Straße. The old lady may have caught her attention because she was pulling a cart behind her. When she turned to look for the transport, she noticed that her bag was no longer on it. She didn’t see anyone at this time. The purportedly stolen bag is a yellow and cream colored bag measuring approximately 45 by 40 cm. The bag contained an ID, a bank card, personal documents from the Treasury and from various financial entities, as well as other personal effects, medicines and cash. It is unclear whether the robbery occurred on the bus or just on Niederkleiner Straße in Stadtallendorf. Who saw the victim? Who can remember an incident where the bag might have been stolen? Who found a yellow and cream colored bag? For relevant information, please contact the Stadtallendorf Police, Tel. 06428 9305 0 or the Marburg Criminal Investigation, Tel. 06421 406 0.

Stadtallendorf – insurance negative – drug test positive

The Stadtallendorf police stopped an electric scooter around 2:00 p.m. on Monday, August 22, because it had an insurance license plate that was only valid for 2021. The 45-year-old driver was not only driving without insurance, but also under the influence of intoxicating substances. His drug test came back positive for cocaine. The police prevented the trip from continuing by seizing the vehicle key and also ordered the necessary blood test.

Biedenkopf – police checks – again too fast via Hainstrasse

With the support of the riot police, the Biedenkopf police on Hainstraße repeatedly checked compliance with the 30 km/h maximum speed limit in front of the nursing home there. As in the last controls, the police have to present reports and fines. On Monday, August 22, between 9:00 a.m. and 12:35 p.m., 32 vehicles passed the measurement point too quickly, the “fastest” at 49 km/h. Like three other drivers, he now awaits a fine. The other 28 drivers compensated for the speeding violation with a fine.

Buchenau – Typical bell ringing – Which scrap collector was in Buchenau?

The Biedenkopf police are asking for information about the scrap collector who, according to previous investigations, walked the streets of Buchenau on Monday, August 22, around 5 p.m., accompanied by the typical ringing of bells. It is suspected that the driver loaded and took with him a stove that had probably been released for disposal on Bachstraße. In fact, however, this oven was intended to replace the oven. The Hark 34, which is no longer complete, was last seen, the ceramic plates were already in the house, around 3:15 p.m. The owner noticed the disappearance at 6:15 p.m. Who saw the furnace charge on Bachstraße during this time? Who saw a scrap collector on Bachstraße during this time and can provide more detailed information? Send information to the Biedenkopf police, Tel. 06461 9295 0.

Escapes from accidents: the police look for witnesses and ask for information

Bauerbach – White BMW 1 Series Success

A still unknown driver damaged a white BMW 1 Series parked on the side of the road in Lohgarten / Hopfengarten on the left with a driving maneuver that has not yet been determined. The author fled the scene of the accident without bothering to settle the damages, which cost several hundred euros. The accident occurred from Tuesday to Wednesday, August 17, between 6:30 p.m. and 6:30 a.m. Send relevant information to the escape investigators of the Marburg police, Tel. 06421 406 0.

Wommelshausen – Macke at the car door – hit and run in the parking lot at Ebersgrube

According to the traces, the damage to the driver’s door of a Skoda Octavia station wagon was probably caused by a careless opening of another car’s door. The perpetrator did not leave a message or inform the police. At the time of the accident, the van with Polish license plates was parked between 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 16, and 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, August 17, in a free-access parking lot at Ebersgrube 11. Contact the Biedenkopf police, Tel. 06461 9295 0.

Questions please contact:

Hesse Central Police Headquarters
Police Headquarters Marburg-Biedenkopf
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Raiffeisenstrasse 1
35043 Marburg
Telephone: 06421-406 120

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