Car damaged in the Weilstraße

A black BMW has been damaged sometime between Friday, 21st July 11pm and Saturday, 22nd July, 2017, 6.50pm.

The car was parked on the left-hand-side of the Weilstraße in front of house number 22.  The rear bumper was damaged, although police do not know how it happened as the driver who caused the accident left without leaving their details.

Police are now asking for witnesses to call them on 06171 62400.

Car damaged in the Holzweg

A white Daimler Benz parked in the Holzweg facing towards the Eppsteiner Straße was damaged on Monday, 24th October, 2016 between 11am and 12 noon.  When the owner returned the vehicle he noticed damage to the front of the car.  According to police the person who caused the damage left the scene of the accident without carrying out the duty which is required of them (ie. staying to inform the driver of the damaged car or notifying police).

Witnesses are asked to call Oberursel’s police station on 06171 62400.

Cars damaged in the Mauerweg

A number of cars in the Mauerweg in Weißkirchen were damaged in the early hours of Saturday morning (9th January, 2016).  Within 200m of each other, seven parked cars had their passenger side wing mirror damaged, police suspect that this was done by kicking them.  Some of the mirrors were torn off completely, others only slightly damaged.

A witness reported that she heard a loud bang at around 4.45am and on opening her window saw a man in dark clothing who was doing something to the passenger side of one of the damaged cars.  When he realised that she was watching him, he ran off towards “An der Bleiche”.

Anyone with information is asked to call Oberursel police on 06171 6240-0.

Early morning accident in the Altkönigstraße

In the early hours of Sunday morning (17th February, 2013), a 20-year-old man was driving his Renault car along the Altkönigstraße when he came into contact with two cars that had been properly parked and damaged them.

He continued on his journey without dealing with the situation and police believe that he was under the influence of alcohol at this time.  They were able to identify the car shortly afterwards and find out how was driving it.

They then found the driver at home in his flat and took him to the police station for a blood alcohol test.  His driving license was confiscated.  The damage to the cars is estimated at €5,200 but no-one was hurt.

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