the Police believe they have identified both the father and an uncle to two small children, who was found alone on Saturday.
the father of the two children of respectively one and two and a half years, that Saturday night was left in Aarhus, has probably been identified, the information reached by east Jutland Police.
There is a case of a 34-year-old afghan man, who has resided in Denmark. He has, however, been previously deported after a conviction.
Nor the mother is in Denmark, assesses the police.
-We do not know where the danger is located, but probably he is abroad. We need also to identify the mother, but our presumption is that she is not staying in Denmark, says inspector Michael Kjeldgaard in a press release.
The two small children were left in the centre of Aarhus on Saturday night. The little girl of about a year was sitting in a stroller, while the older boy held himself close to her.
the Children were discovered by passers-by, who sounded the alarm to the police.
Since has ministered the work in to find out who they are and where they come from.
Monday was the children's grandmother was arrested and charged with neglect of the children, and to have left them in the helpless condition. She was, however, released after a grundlovsforhør.
Two other people were in administrative detention. They are just like the dangers to children have been identified and after the police assessment not done anything punishable.
There is a case of a 33-year-old man, who apparently is the children's uncle, and a 25-year-old woman.
Both farmoren, the uncle and the 25-year-old woman is afghan. While both farmoren and uncle legally staying in Denmark, has the woman been here illegally. She has now sought asylum.
It is unknown why the two children were left behind. Police work, therefore, continued to find a motive.
- We are continuing our investigation to find the children's parents and find out exactly why and how the two children were left on Park Allé in Aarhus, says Michael Kjeldgaard in the press release.
/ritzau/Date Of Update: 17 December 2019, 15:00