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A man from central Poland will go on trial for 189 cases of armed robbery and theft dating back to 1999, the National Prosecution announced on Friday.
Robbed of a Patek Phillipe watch worth around PLN 450,000, the Poland captain reportedly chased the robbers on foot before losing them. Taking place outside Barcelona’s training ground, the property has since been recovered.
Police have arrested 14 members of a gang of thieves who preyed on passengers travelling on long-distance trains, the Central Police Investigation Bureau (CBSP) said on Monday.
Paulina Ziobro sprang into action after Warsaw pensioner Weronika reported the theft of 10,000 zł, wedding rings and other jewellery left by her late husband.
A would-be armed robber got more than he bargained for when he entered a little corner shop in the northern village of Pinczyn where he was met by no-nonsense Pani Zosia.
Posting that the insignia along with other valuables “will be returned for a price”, the gang added “we will not negotiate....You will not find us, don’t bother.” The Dark Web warning comes after the haul worth an estimated 1 billion euros was snatched during a daring raid from the Green Vault museum in Dresden last November.