February 6 According to the GreekTimes, from 20:00 to 3:00 a.m. local time on February 4th to 5th, banks, post offices, city halls, supermarkets and parking vehicles in Athens, Greece, were attacked by anonymous gangsters.
The police have not yet been able to confirm their motives for the crime. They have initially determined that they have committed them by different organizations, and are currently investigating one by one.
The attack reportedly included a group of unidentified people destroying an ATM machine at a bank in Petralona with blunt objects.
Another group of people attacked the post office of Agios Dimitrios, causing serious damage to the window windows and postal trucks in the building.
Kaisariani City Hall was attacked by paint and stone.
The window of another bank was broken by stones thrown by a group of young people.
An ATM outside a supermarket in Peristeri was also damaged. The last attack occurred in the early morning of the 5th when an unidentified perpetrator attacked the ATM and bank’s outer wall of a bank in Agios Anargyros.
At present, the Greek police have not determined the identity and motive of the perpetrator, and judging from the time of the crime, it is likely that it was not committed by the same group of people.
The Athens Police Department is conducting further investigation.