Bağcılar District Police Department teams continued their inspections during the complete closure due to coronavirus. Police teams determined that 3 cafes, 2 cafes and an association were open, which should have been closed. The teams raided 6 venues, caught gambling and gambling people in the act.
During the raids, 95 people who violated the curfew were fined 329,555 Turkish lira in total. In searches made in one of the addresses, an unlicensed gun was seized. As a result of the inspections, 4 people were detained, 6 places that were learned to be unlicensed were sealed by the police.
Seen the police, escaped the terrace
During the inspections, the police, who entered the flat on the second floor of a 4-storey building, caught those who were playing inside in the act. Some people who saw the arrival of the police teams fled to the terrace of the building. The teams caught the people who escaped to the terrace floor one by one, and fined the people inside for violating the curfew and not wearing masks.
CAPTURED WHILE PLAYING KUMAR ON THE CAFE LIKE CLOSED
One of the addresses that were raided was a cafe that appeared to be closed from the outside. Police teams that entered the raid caught gamblers in the act. Meanwhile, a person who saw the police hid in the back of the cafe. Police fined the people inside.
It has been learned that the Bağcılar District Police Department will continue the inspections in the district.