Oslo: Man pretends to be a policeman – arrests another man and steals his Porsche

Oslo District CourtPhoto: Terje Pedersen / NTB
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Last summer, a man in his 30s broke into an apartment in Oslo and pretended to be a policeman. There, he handcuffed a man and stole his car.

According to the indictment, the incident happened on the morning of Saturday, July 3, last year.

Together with another person, the man entered the apartment, where he pretended to be a police officer. According to the indictment, he deprived the offended man of his mobile phone and handcuffed him. He is then said to have taken with him a number of items from the apartment, including a wallet, laptop, clothes, and several other items.

The indictment further describes how the man also stole the victim’s car, a Porsche worth NOK 600,000.

The man is also charged with a large number of thefts of motorcycles, in addition to illegal possession of weapons and narcotics.

On Tuesday, he is set to appear in Oslo District Court. Two court days have been set aside for the processing of the case.

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

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