Breakthrough in the deadliest single targeted killing: 17-year-old arrested

In the weekend was a man in 40s subjected to a violent assault that left him in critical condition. Wednesday made the North jutland Police, the first arrest

Breakthrough in the deadliest single targeted killing: 17-year-old arrested

In the weekend was a man in 40s subjected to a violent assault that left him in critical condition.

Wednesday made the North jutland Police, the first arrest in the case. There is talk about a 17-year-old young man from the local area in Vendsyssel.

'It was on the basis of tips from citizens, that we came on the trail of the possible perpetrators of the violence. We say thank you for the many enquiries from the public in the case,' says the head of the police investigation, police commissioner Lene Madsen, in a press release.

the Police reports that the young man is charged with a qualified violence, and he becomes fremstilet in grundlovsforhør 21. november.

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It is expected that it will be held behind closed doors out of consideration for the investigation of the case.

The 17-year-olds arrest has also led to further arrests in the case. The Police indicate that it has arrested a further five in the case in between the ages of 17 to 22 years.

'We expect that the other arrested persons are being produced in grundlovsforhør in the course of the Friday,' says police commissioner Lene Madsen and continues:

'We have further investigative steps, we must have made, to ascertain the sequence of events, among other things, interrogations of those arrested. Therefore, we have no further information in the matter right now.'

The six arrested are all from the local area.

According to Ritzau, that the man was assaulted when he asked a group of young men about to curb himself.

The message took they do well against, and that is what sparked the brutal assault.

Updated Date: 23 November 2019, 01:01

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