Armed thieves rob school class in Västerås in Sweden

Swedish policePhoto: Johan Nilsson / TT / NTB
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Swedish police are looking for two persons who broke into a school class in Västerås and threatened students’ with a knife in order to steal computers.

At 1:36 PM on Monday, the police received a message from Rudbeckianska gymnasiet in Västerås that several people had robbed the school of electronics, after which they left the place.

According to the newspaper Aftonbladet’s information, two armed persons are said to have entered a classroom and robbed the students of their computers while threatening them with a knife. They then allegedly ran away from the place while the teachers chased after them.

No one was injured

According to the police, no people were injured in the incident.

“We have not received information about that (i.e., injuries). We have several patrols working on-site,” police spokesman Tobias Ahlén told Aftonbladet.

The principal at the school confirmed that one of its classes was robbed.

“That’s right, and it’s very uneasy here. We are handling the incident and taking care of the students,” acting principal Åsa Kihlström Hägg said.

Note: The picture used is for illustration purposes only.

Source : © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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1 Comment on "Armed thieves rob school class in Västerås in Sweden"

  1. It’s like witnessing The Sacking of Troy. Noone is safe in Sweden now.

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