16 months after a momentous attack at Berlin’s Alexanderplatz train station, the federal police are looking for photos of a suspect and a witness.
The attack occurred on Wednesday, April 14, 2021, around 8:10 p.m. on the S-Bahn platform on tracks 3 and 4. The woman is said to have threatened a 16-year-old girl there. Among other things, she said she would kill the teenager and break all her bones.
Then she is said to have pushed the teenager, grabbed her index finger and pushed it back so that it broke. Then she is said to have pushed the second girl aside. She injured the then 15-year-old pregnant woman with her elbow on her back.
As the Federal Police further announced, the unknown attacker was accompanied by another man who is said to have tried to settle the situation. After the crime, both people fled the train station on an S-Bahn.
The authority is now investigating for bodily harm, threats and insults. She is asking for the public’s help in order to be able to identify the suspect and her companion, who is considered a witness.