Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Police at the address to the dead man in the weekend – NRK

a Sheriff in Melhus, Monica Brækken, says they want to get in contact with people who may know something about the death of a man at the end of 30-years.

Photo: Bent Lindsetmo / NRK

Sources NRK has been in contact with says that the police also were at the residence of the deceased on the night of Saturday. It is in the same neighborhood where a man and a woman claimed to have been attacked with a knife and axe in the night.

Several of the neighbours to the deceased also confirms to Trønderbladet and Impulses that they saw police at the residence of the deceased on the night of Saturday.

a Sheriff in Melhus, Monica Brækken, would Wednesday not confirm if the two events can be set in the context.

We are now in a very early phase of the etterforskninga. We get to do the research that is necessary and possibly see things in context later, told Brækken after Wednesday’s press conference.

No arrests

the Police held a press conference about the suspicious death Wednesday afternoon. They are so far sparsommelige with the information, but the sheriff Brækken told that they are in time with both the tactical and technical investigation.

Krimteknikere from Trondheim was among other things, at the residence of the deceased and searched the area with dogs.

– There are observations on-site that makes that the police want to investigate this death more, ” said Brækken at the press conference.

No one is so far apprehended, but the police have already questioned several persons.

We are in a very early phase of the investigation and we do not want to come with further information about the identity of the deceased.

the Police will currently not go out with any cause of death.

Considering the assistance from Kripos

Police have not yet connected into Anders in the matter.

We have established an apparatus and considering the ongoing need for resources and assistance, ” said Brækken.

Brækken says they want tips from the public who believe they can contribute to educate the police about what has happened.

It is asked to call tipstelefonen 73 48 94 00


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