Refugees taunt police with selfies showing stolen goods but they CAN’T be arrested
REFUGEES are reportedly taunting police by posting pictures of stolen goods including cameras and laptops on social media.
The pick-pocketing teenagers – dubbed the ‘klau-kids’ by German media – have also shown off designer sunglasses, cameras and cash on Facebook.
There are thought to be up to 150 operating in Berlin alone, most of them from from eastern Europe and North Africa.
Many are waiting for their asylum claims to be processed amid the biggest migration crisis since the Second World War.
But the crimes are unlikely to affect their applications because they are considered to be minors under German law, according to reports.
Bodo Pflazgraf of Germany’s police union said it
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