Of course he’s sorry, about getting caught that is. Please remind yourself that this is a guy who robbed an unconscious man on a rail road track and left him to his fate.
Suspect admits to ‘ruthless’ subway robbery
Published: 17 Sep 12 07:24 CET
A 28-year-old man under arrest for robbing an unconscious man and leaving him on the tracks of a subway station near Stockholm where the victim was later hit by a train confessed on Sunday to the crime as well as other thefts.
According to the police, the mean feared that he would be suspected of having pushed the victim, a 38-year-old father, onto the tracks.
“That’s the reason he gave; that he was scared of being accused of having caused all of this,” said Östman.
The highly-publicized case, broadcast last week on TV3’s “Efterlyst” (‘Wanted’) television programme, took place early Sunday morning a week ago at theSandsborg metro station, south of Stockholm.
After being robbed, the victim was run over by a train and seriously injured, but survived.
According to Östman, the suspect had considered turning himself in, but police managed to catch him before he had the chance.