Judge jails three for the bomb at a pizzeria in Copenhagen

Monday arrested police four men in connection with a violent explosion in Vermont. Now three of them are in prison. Three men accused of a bombesprængning in

Judge jails three for the bomb at a pizzeria in Copenhagen

Monday arrested police four men in connection with a violent explosion in Vermont. Now three of them are in prison.

Three men accused of a bombesprængning in a pizzeria in Vermont, is on Tuesday in a grundlovsforhør by the Court of Frederiksberg has been remanded in custody in four weeks.

Grundlovsforhøret was going on behind closed doors, so it is unknown what the three men at 19, 19 and 22 years explained, and what the police based its suspicion against them.

A fourth man of 22 years, who is also charged in the case, was released by the judge.

The four men were together with a fifth arrested as Police on Monday conducted an operation against the gang neighborhoods of north west.

At 05.40 the 18. september got the police a review about an explosion in the Pizza 73 on Jyllingevej, which closed at 05.00.

the Explosion was very violent. Five large windows, door to the pizzeria was blown out, and broken glass was scattered over the street and the sidewalk.

the Firing started inside the building map from the entrance door and has given severe damage to both the inside of the pizzeria and on the building. There were no people in there, said vicepolitiinspektør Brian Belling after the explosion.

In connection with Monday's action, raided the police several addresses. Here, among other things, found drugs, knives and other things that need to be examined more closely in connection with the police investigation.

- the Fight against banditry has really high priority at the Copenhagen Police, said vicepolitiinspektør Knud Hvass, who is the head department for organized crime, on Monday.

- Today's action is effected on the basis of prolonged investigation, which now continue on the basis of the searches and seizures that we have made today, he continued.

The fifth man, who was arrested Monday, was on Tuesday remanded in custody for four weeks. The man, who is 21 years of age, is charged with aggravated assault, unlawful detention and unlawful coercion.

/ritzau/

Updated Date: 11 December 2019, 06:00

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