Bosnian man deported from Denmark 13 hours after crime

 
Bosnian man deported from Denmark 13 hours after crime
A Bosnian man was caught red-handed by police as he was about to load stolen pallet collars onto a van.

13 hours later he was sentenced to prison and deportation from Denmark.

On discovery, the man tried to escape, but he was quickly run up by the police who arrested the man.

At 12 o'clock on Monday, about 13 hours after the burglary had taken place, the man appeared in court, where he was sentenced to 30 days in prison and deportation from Denmark, including a ban to reenter Denmark for six years.

- We suggested that the man remains in custody until he can be deported from Denmark, which the court decided to follow, explains Tobias Engby, prosecutor for the South Jutland Police to TV SYD.

Tobias Engby also says that the man will be deported within the next month.

In relation to the expulsion, the court emphasized that the man did not have enough money to support himself, nor does he know anyone in the country.

Hopefully the court will start treating migrant rapists the same way soon.

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