Attacked to Turkish café in Germany
At this point, no one knows exactly why exactly dozens of people in Essen attack a Turkish cafe. The local police respond quickly and can prevent worse things from happening.
An attack on a Turkish café in Essen triggered a major police operation. A group of several dozen people with roof battens initially ran directly to the café on Mühlheimer Strasse on Saturday night, the police informed Essen. Local residents called the police. This arrived at 11:15 p.m. with patrol cars. Meanwhile, the attackers stormed into the shop, raided the guests, smashed the facility, and ran out to flee shortly thereafter.
Massiver Einsatz der #Polizei in #Essen in der Nacht zu Samstag (23.05.) im Stadtteil Frohnhausen: Große Gruppe überfällt türkisches Café. Hubschrauber, Bereitschaftspolizisten und Diensthundeführer wurden eingesetzt. Hintergründe noch unklar. ➡️ https://t.co/rN3c6uJmxl pic.twitter.com/QYUgwN3fEL
— nrw-aktuell.tv (@nrwaktuelltv) May 23, 2020
Officials used service dogs and even a police helicopter after the raid to find the perpetrators. In this connection, they were able to record the personal details of 70 suspected participants in the attack. One person was taken into custody to clarify the facts, another was temporarily arrested. According to previous information, no one was injured. Polices found Evidence in the café where attackers destroyed the inventory. The background of the fact is not clear, the police said.