Kebab restaurant in Poland completely vandalised after stabbing
Witness Rafael Kackowski told local police: “In the crowd, numbering between 200 and 300 people, dozens were behaving aggressively.”
He said: “There has been a great tragedy. I would like to appeal and ask residents for calm and to respect the tragedy the family of the 21-year-old Daniel is experiencing. I offered psychological help to this family.”
Map of Elk, Poland, where the riots took place after a young male was stabbed
Shullye Parvez, the owner of the vandalised kebab shop said: “A week go, someone came to us and insulted us, using profanity.
“Two men aged 18-19 and 24-25 came on the New Year’s Eve and demolished our premises.
“With had hoods on their heads. Fortunately all of the events was recorded on surveillance, the matter is reported to the police.”
If the suspects are charged with inciting hatred, they may face up to two years in prison.