One person was wounded in an attack on a Turkish café in North Rhine-Westphalia. Police launched a large-scale operation to arrest the attackers.
Four people attacked a Turkish café at midnight in Krefeld, Germany's North Rhine-Westphalia state.
Four masked people came to the cafe in the morning, threatened the people in the cafe with the weapons in their hands, then asked for money.
When a person in the cafe argued with the attackers, the 44-year-old was injured in the head. The attackers took the money from the insiders and fled with a vehicle. Eyewitnesses said the attackers spoke Serbian, saying they saw the same people the day before in front of the cafe and said they were on average 45 years old.
Source: National News