Syrians smuggled into Bautzen

Five Syrians were arrested in Bautzen. As federal police announced on Wednesday, the four men, aged 24 to 40, and a four-year-old boy were found at the city’s bus station on Tuesday. According to reports, they did not have the documents required for entry.

As it turned out, the Syrians were initially traveling in a group of over 20 people who had been smuggled through several European countries to Germany. According to reports, several thousand euros were sometimes paid for the locks. People smuggled in were also probably found in Reichenbach (Vogtland). Federal police in Ludwigsdorf, according to reports, are checking whether there is a link between the two cases.

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