One woman was beaten several times and stripped of her cell phone in Tøyen, Oslo. Police first received reports of attempted rape. The alleged perpetrator is arrested elsewhere in the city.
Police found the cell phone stolen in the man when he was arrested.
– We were notified 04.21 that a woman had been tried for rape and that the perpetrator fled the scene. We sent several patrols on the scene and looking for the perpetrator, says Tor Jøkling at the operations center.
“When we arrived, we found it wasn't an attempted rape, but there were two girlfriends together, one of whom was punched in the face several times and stolen over the cell phone.
Police quickly took the lane of a taxi and arrested a crime suspect in Skullerud.
The taxi driver explained that the man waved a knife to avoid payment. For investigative reasons, Jøkling doesn't mean how they got into the cab so quickly.
"But we are delighted that we were able to solve such a serious case so quickly."
Offended women are treated, so far there is no indication that the woman who has been beaten needs medical attention.
The criminal, who Jøkling says is not previously known to the police, has been arrested and is being charged with serious matters.
The alleged perpetrator is in the early 1930s, while both women are in the early 1920s.
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