PRAGUE (Web Desk) – The Czech police wrote registration numbers on the refugees’ forearms with felt tips, reminding of a practice carried out by Nazi officers in concentration camps, reported Czech media.

Police removed some 200 refugees from trains arriving from Austria and Hungary to continue their journey to Germany, in the early hours of Tuesday morning in southern Moravia.

Czech police continues arresting refugees which are trying to reach Germany across the territory of the Czech Republic.V noci na úterý policie zadržela na nádraží v Břeclavi asi dvě stovky uprchlíků. Cestovali vlakem do Německa.

The refugees are now in detention on police premises in several Moravian towns for interrogation.

The refugees were travelling from Budapest and said that they had purchased valid train tickets and that Hungary officials had allowed them to board the trains.