Marienheide police reports, July 31, 2022: A BMW was stolen

Marienheide police reports, July 31, 2022: A BMW was stolen

Robbery in Marienheide now: What happened today? The district police authority Oberbergischer informed about the police reports from today. informs you about accident, fire and crime reports in your area.

Stolen BMW

Marienheide (ots) –

A white BMW 3 Series coupe was stolen from the passenger car park at Marienheide train station between 4 pm on July 24 and 4.30 pm on July 29. The BMW had the number plate GM-WX 335. “Hoonigan” is written on it. in white on the dark rear window. The Criminal Police Office in Wipperfürth will receive information about the whereabouts of the BMW on 02261 81990.

This report was sent on July 31, 2022, 7:11 am by the Oberbergischer district police authority.

Crime statistics about theft in the Oberberg district

According to police crime statistics (PKS) from the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA), in Oberberg district in the year 2020 all in all 265 errors recorded in relation to house burglaries, while 48.3% of cases were attempted crimes. of clearance rate was included in 2020 20.8%. Among the 41 suspects were 5 women and 36 men. 31.7% of the people are suspects of non-German origin.

age number of suspects
under 21 2
21 to 25 5
25 to 30 4
30 to 40 14
40 to 50 of the 8th
50 to 60 4
more than 60 4

For the year 2019, the BKA police crime statistics announced 315 recorded cases of theft in the Oberberg district, the clear rate here was 15.6%.

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