Culprit at large after robbery at knifepoint on the open street in Oslo

Police carPolice car.Photo: Norway Today Media

Police have ended the search for the perpetrator after a man in his 30s was robbed at knifepoint in the street in Markveien in Oslo. No one was physically harmed.

VG newspaper reported that the police were contacted by a witness to the robbery, which happened at 05.53, and that the perpetrator had taken items of some value.

‘The victim of the robbery is a man in his 30s. He was robbed of mobile phone and wallet’, said operations manager, Gjermund Stokkeli.

On Saturday morning, police were looking for a man who is described as dark-skinned, and wearing a hat, a grey jacket, and blue sweatpants.

At 07.30, they wrote on Twitter that they had completed their search for the suspect without any result, but that the robbery will be reviewed.

 

Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today

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