Another Lying Syrian: Makes Up Story About Missing Daughter, Then Disappears from Asylum, Threatened with Deportation

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Remember the story of a desperate Syrian man, who was looking for his own daughter, lost somewhere in Croatia? The tearful story was a fictitious one – the migrant forced it to the public because he only needed it for his own benefit. He recently escaped from the asylum home in Zagreb.

The media recently reported about the 43-year-old Syrian citizen, who was allegedly looking for his five-year-old daughter Alssa. He said they were initially together but were later tragically separated by the Croatian police. The daughter is supposed to have stayed in Croatia, while he was deported to Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). The Croatian police even smashed his cell phone, according to his story. The story of a girl, alone, somewhere in Croatia, was dismissed by the Croatian police, who claim they never handled a case such as this. After numerous comparisons, it was found that the Syrian came to Croatia via Albania, Montenegro and BiH, but he was alone, there was no child with him. This was confirmed by the police of Montenegro.

Well, the lying migrant apparently realized that he was exposed and simply vanished from the asylum home in Zagreb on Wednesday night. He is now threatened with deportation, if the police find him, since he has violated laws, and thus he has no more right to asylum.


(VIDEO) In Action Movie Style – Two Migrants Steal Bus, Flee and End up Crashing into Police Officers

Two Syrian citizens were arrested today by the Croatian police near the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina. The two Syrians stole a bus a couple of hours after midnight and drove off. The police chased after them, in what seemed like a car chase out of a Hollywood movie scene, and finally succeeded in stopping them. They tried to escape on foot while the bus started to move backwards, damaging police vehicles. No one was injured in the accident.

Detectives in Slunj have launched an investigation against the Syrian citizens for a suspected criminal offense of unauthorized use of foreign objects, the website of the police administration of the Karlovac County reported.

According to the report, the police was informed in the early hours of the morning that in the town of Pašin Potok, near Cetingrad, along the border with Bosnia, someone stole and drove away on a bus with a Karlovac registration plate. The police tried to stop the bus in Kremen, on the road between Cetingrad and Slunj in the Karlovac area, but the driver did not stop.

The police then chased after the bus and tried to stop it. In the end, the bus stopped in Nikšić and two persons escaped.

Then, according to the police officers who also posted photographs of damaged vehicles, the bus started to move backwards and collided with a police car, which then collided with another police car.

The police report adds that both fugitives were quickly arrested and were found out to be illegal migrants, with Syrian citizenship.

You can watch the video HERE.