Unknown burned police cars in Dresden during celebration of German Unity
According to law enforcement officers, arsons were politically motivated
In Dresden, Germany, took place a few arsons of police cars. This year there are conducting the main events in honor of the German Unity, reports the local edition of Spiegel online.
"Unknown persons set fire to several police cars in Dresden, three cars standing in the parking lot, can not be restored," - said resource.
According to law enforcement officers, arsons were politically motivated. Violators were thus able to express dissatisfaction with the increase in the number of policemen for the protection of the rule of law at the celebrations that are held in the city from 1 to 3 October.
At the moment, no one has claimed responsibility for arson attacks. Losses are estimated at tens of thousands of euros. However, according to the incident - on the streets of a German city appeared graffiti with the text "All Dresden hate the police." Suspect was detained nearby. Law enforcers check whether he is connected with the burning of cars.
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