A taxi driver got badly beat up in Kiev’s Malysko Street before being pushed into a car and driven off to an unknown location, says a message posted on a Facebook page of Kiev Patrol Police.
“We got a phone call that a man got badly beat up in Kiev’s Malyshko Street, shoved into a white car and driven off to an unknown location,” reads the statement.
According to the message, officers of one of the patrol cars spotted a car whose driver was not obeying their orders to pull over.
“The car’s two occupants and the driver started running away but a police officer caught up with the driver. Later, they found the taxi driver in the car who told them about being beat up and threatened with a gun before being driven off to an unknown location,” the statement says.
The taxi driver sustained multiple cuts and was rendered medical assistance. The perpetrator of the crime was taken into police custody.
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