Despite the cameras, a masked man entered the residential complex, where, among other things, Olaf Scholz’s apartment is located. By the way, the Chancellor’s family moved to Potsdam in 2021. The spouses were forced to change their accommodation after their former place of residence was repeatedly attacked by burglars.
On Sunday evening, a thief broke into a building complex in central Potsdam, where Chancellor Olaf Scholz lives. At the time of the incident, the politician was at a coalition committee meeting in the office. According to a police spokesman, the first data do not indicate that the invasion was being prepared precisely in the apartment of the Federal Chancellor.
A security camera photo shows a man wearing a Halloween mask. Additionally, the thief was wearing gloves, a hoodie, and a headlamp. Two independent sources confirmed to Der Spiegel that the man was seen trying to enter the apartment. Realizing that he was seen, the thief immediately fled.
Police attempted to find evidence at the scene, put the fugitive on the wanted list and took CCTV footage. At the moment, security measures and the security of Olaf Scholz’s accommodation have been tightened.
The Federal Chancellor moved into an apartment building in Potsdam with his wife Britta Ernst, Minister of Education, Youth and Sports of Brandenburg, in 2021. One of the reasons for the move was said to be an increase in attempted thefts in the sector of the former residence of the couple of chancellors.
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