Police asked media for help to identify a man

 
Police asked media for help to identify a man
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A man was seriously injured when he was hit by a subway train at Central Station in Stockholm on Tuesday evening after being pushed down on the track.

- There is information that he has been pushed down on the track, says Towe Hägg at the police control center.

- We are on the scene to talk to people and try to find out what happened. Since there is information that he has been pushed, we have launched a preliminary investigation of attempted murder, says Towe Hägg.

The Metro train and the platform was evacuated. It is unclear how many people who witnessed the event.

Police is now searching for a man from one of the surveillance videos and has asked the media for help, and thus their readers, to help identify the man suspected of the crime.

But in the political correct world of mainstream media in Sweden, this picture is what the Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet posted.

Any information about the faceless blurry man can be given to the police in Stockholm.

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