German authorities are seeking two male suspects of “North African origin” who beat and robbed a couple in a town plagued by migrant crime.
The incident unfolded at around midnight on Saturday in Soest, located in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
A man and woman in their 50s were making their way home from dinner at a restaurant when they were approached by two younger men who demanded a cigarette.
“Without waiting for an answer, the Wermelskirchen man was sprayed with pepper spray by one of the accused. The injured woman from Welver tried to help her companion and received a punch in the face from the other accused,” police explained in a press release.
“The two unknown suspects then walked away towards Höggenstrasse. The 58-year-old later noticed that her cell phone, a gold iPhone, had been stolen.”
Both men are described as being in their mid-20s and “probably of North African origin.”
The suspects remained on the loose as of Monday morning.
Last month, a group of Africans attacked a security guard who confronted them while they looted a grocery store in the same town.
The men escaped but were tracked down and temporarily arrested at ZUE Soest, a “central accommodation facility for refugees.”
The previous week, a Syrian migrant who lived at ZUE Soest was arrested for stabbing a local cafe worker in the neck, nearly killing him.
German authorities hid information about the suspect’s nationality and background in an ensuing statement, simply calling the suspect a “24-year-old from Soest.”
On the same day in Soest, two men of “southern appearance” — indicating they are likely migrants from North Africa or the Middle East — robbed another local grocery store.
Infowars frequently covers violent crimes committed by foreign suspects in Germany.
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