Dramatic robbery in Stockholm

 
Dramatic robbery in Stockholm
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A dramatic robbery of a pawnshop took place during the afternoon today in Skärholmen, south of Stockholm, Sweden.

According to the police, the robbers used some kind of industrial vehicles to force their way into the pawnshop's premises. The robbers, who were armed, and at least two in number, got the cash and were afterwards seen running towards Skärholmens center.

Several vehicles were set on fire in connection with the robbery and on the highway entrance to Stockholm, someone had thrown out iron caltrops in order to hamper the police's job. The caltrops were thrown out before the robbers struck at the pawnshop.

- Yes, first we got a call about the caltrops, then came a panic alarm from the pawnshop, the police confirmed.

According to the police, the caltrops were placed on the highway in both directions. At least one motorist had a flat tire on his car.

Police have not yet arrested any suspects and say they do not know where the robbers went after the robbery.

Ah, Sweden, the land of lawlessness, robberies, rapes, bombs, violence, stabbings, shootouts, and welfare to criminals. Now wonder why ISIS adore the country.

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