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Cyclist attacked between Oberhöchstadt and Oberursel

On Monday, 15th October, 2012 at around 2.45pm, a 46 year old woman from Oberhöchstadt was cycling along the cycle path from the “Waldsiedlung” towards Oberursel on her mountain bike, when she noticed a man on a mountain bike approaching her from behind.

When he was level with her, he grabbed the strap of her rucksack so hard, that she fell to the ground and injured herself.  The man continued to pull on the rucksack and once he had pulled it free he fled towards Stierstadt.

The man is described as follows: North African appearance, 20-25 years old, slim, 175-180cm tall, short dark hair and a long nose.  He was wearing a black jacket with a hood, faded blue jeans and white trainers.  His mountain bike was blue and red with large letters on the frame.

The rucksack contained over €200 in cash, ID card and a monthly RMV ticket.

Anyone who can help the police is asked to call Oberursel 06171 6240-0.

Bus route 261 to be diverted for 5 weeks

As the road between Oberursel and Oberhöchstadt will be closed, the bus service 261 will be diverted between 24th September and 26th October 2012.

The bus will leave the Oberhöchstädter Straße and travel along “An der Heide” before joining the Königsteiner Straße (K772).

Replacement bus stops will be located in “An der Heide”, but the bus will not be able to stop at the “Altes Zollhaus”.

Click here to download the temporary timetable as a PDF file

Road between Oberursel and Kronberg to be closed for 5 weeks

Roadworks sign - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / RedKoalaStarting on Monday, 24th September, 2012 the L3015 road between Kronberg and Oberursel will be closed until the end of October to allow the asphalt to be removed and a new road surface to be installed.

During this time the road will be closed in five segments between Oberhöchstadt and the “Waldsiedlung”, and although the road is closed to through traffic, local traffic will be able to use the individual segments once they are finished.

Anyone travelling from Kronberg to Oberursel will be diverted via the main B455 road, in the other direction the diversion out of Oberursel will first run along the K772 (Königsteiner Straße) before joining the B455.  The diversions will be signposted.

Donate Blood in Kronberg (Oberhöchstadt)

Blood - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / iqonceptBlood can be donated at Haus Altkönig in Kronberg-Oberhöchstadt (Altkönigstraße 30) on Thursday, 14th June 2012 between 5.30pm and 8.30pm.

To donate you must be healthy and between 18 and 68 years of age. If you have not donated before, then you must not be over 60. You must take some form of identification with you, such as a passport, that contains a photo.

You can read more about what then happens here (in German).

Donate Blood in Kronberg (Oberhöchstadt)

Blood - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / iqonceptBlood can be donated at Haus Altkönig in Kronberg-Oberhöchstadt (Altkönigstraße 30) on Thursday, 8th March 2012 between 5.30pm and 8.30pm.

To donate you must be healthy and between 18 and 68 years of age. If you have not donated before, then you must not be over 60. You must take some form of identification with you, such as a passport, that contains a photo.

You can read more about what then happens here (in German).

Donate Blood in Kronberg

Blood - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / iqonceptBlood can be donated at Haus Altkönig in Kronberg (Altkönigstraße 30) on Thursday, 22nd December 2011 between 5.30pm and 8.30pm.

To donate you must be healthy and between 18 and 68 years of age. If you have not donated before, then you must not be over 60. You must take some form of identification with you, such as a passport, that contains a photo.

You can read more about what then happens here (in German).

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