Monday, January 23, 2017

Police believe the man in the Asker was killed – NRK

Police have started drapsetterforskning after a man was found lifeless in a home on the Vettre in Asker, norway.

Out from the circumstances on the scene, we believe that we are facing a drapssak, says politiinspektør Ketil Thue to Budstikka Monday morning.

A politipatrulje found the man after police were alerted about trouble at the address in Åsliveien clock 21.19 Sunday night. When they came to the place, they found a lifeless person.

It was tried to provide lifesaving first aid on the spot, without that this succeeded, says politiinspektør Kjetil Thue the Norwegian broadcasting corporation NRK.

It was the neighbors who alerted the politiet.De does not know the identity of the man. He is sent to hospital for autopsy.

HAVE BLOCKED OFF the AREA: Police are investigating a possible homicide in a residence at Vettre in Asker, norway on the night of Monday.

Photo: Håkon Mosvold Larsen / NTB scanpix

No one is so far apprehended after the incident.

” We have no suspects in the case. In the night, we will work with the forensic investigations at the site, says Thue.

the Police will Monday morning do not answer if they have found something that may be the murder weapon or whether there were several people in the apartment where the dead were found.

the Area around the accommodation is Monday morning blocked with politibånd and police keep guard outside.

It was the VG, which first reported the case.

NRK update the case.

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FOUND IN the DWELLING ON the VETTRE: The lifeless man was found in a residence in the Åsliveien on Vettre in Asker, norway.


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