The police has probably found the father of the two surviving children

east Jutland Police have probably identified the danger to the two children that Saturday evening was found on the street in Aarhus of two random citizens. An

The police has probably found the father of the two surviving children

east Jutland Police have probably identified the danger to the two children that Saturday evening was found on the street in Aarhus of two random citizens.

And there are probably a 34-year-old afghan man who previously have stayed in Denmark until after a judgment was expelled.

"We do not know where the danger is located, but probably he is abroad. We need also to identify the mother, while our presumption is that she is not staying in Denmark," says inspector Michael Kjeldgaard.

In connection with the case was a 54-year-old woman, who has identified himself as the children's grandmother, was arrested in the case Sunday night.

She was released on Monday, but is still the objective for vanrøgtsparagraffen, because she according to the police assessment, leaving the two children in a helpless condition on the street in Aarhus. The subject is, however, remains to be seen.

"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.

"There is still a great deal of investigative work ahead of us, although we estimate that we have pieced most of the course of events together," said Michael Kjeldgaard.

east Jutland Police have also detained a 33-year-old man and a 25-year-old woman in the case under the Aliens act.

the Investigation of the two surviving children led police to an address in Albany, where the two stayed.

They are both afghan citizens and the man is probably the children's uncle.

They have according to the police assessment not committed any crime.

the Woman stayed illegally in the country, but has now sought asylum.

Updated Date: 17 December 2019, 16:00

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