See a new video about the typical racking-intimidation move, used to frighten the victim. In this video you will see two armed robberies were the robbers used this type of racking. Besides the above, it gives the victim also information.
In both particular robberies it’s obvious that it’s better to just cooperate, but try to make a connection to a situation where you really need to do something to save your life.
If so, the openings phase (of your defense) is the most important phase for different reasons. I will make more content in the future about this phase. For now, I leave it at this because there is enough information in the video.
-Armed robbery on the evening shop Oostpoort-
*Automatic translated so mistakes included!
Date: Wednesday 07 November 2018 13:19
Delft – The Netherlands
There is another armed robbery on Wednesday afternoon at the Oostpoort evening shop.
During the robbery, the robber wore a bag from Albert Heijn. The police know that a weapon has been used in the robbery.
On social media, the police shared the offender’s signalling and called upon witnesses to report.
Nobody has yet been arrested. Whether and how many loot is made at the robbery is also not yet known.
The staff is very startled but did not hurt.
The evening shop, located at the Oostsingel in Delft, is more often targeted by overfalls. On 17 February 2017, the employees were also confronted with a brutal robbery.
Update 15:36: The robber threatened to present the staff with a firearm. When the staff did not respond to this, the man quickly left the shop without loot. He ran away in the direction of the Doctor Schaepmanstraat. Unknown is how he was then left out.
*Jimmy John’s Robbery*
Jimmy John’s employee cool under pressure of robbery at gunpoint.
Surveillance footage shows a Jimmy John’s sandwich shop employee calmly reacting to being robbed at gunpoint in Kansas City, Missouri. Police are looking for the suspect.
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