The arrested woman in the case of the two surviving children required Monday afternoon remanded in custody.
This is a grundlovsforhør in the Court in Aarhus, the information reached by east Jutland Police. The woman is 54 years old.
east Jutland Police indicate at a press conference Monday afternoon that the arrested woman is in a family with children, but she is probably not the mother of the two small children.
at the same time, police are not sure if the two children are siblings.
The arrested woman is charged after the criminal code section 213, which relates to neglect, as well as a section that is about to leave the person or persons in helpless condition.
Two people have also been detained in the case. This is because the police are investigating whether they are legal in Denmark. In this context, examine the police the possibility, if the case has with human trafficking to do.
It examined at the same time, the two persons who were detained in Albany, has a familial relationship to the children.
east Jutland Police, explaining at the press conference, that they have different theories about the abandoned children.
"We attaches us not fixed on anything, but we can't get it," said Michael Kjeldgaard, inspector at east Jutland Police, at the press conference.
The 54-year-old woman was arrested in an apartment in central Aarhus.
east Jutland Police have carried out a intensefterforskning to find the children's parents, they say at the press conference, like they have undergone overvågningsmateriale around the Park Allé in Aarhus, where the children were found.
Here they have not yet found material that shows the 54-year-old woman leave the two children.
east Jutland Police shall also at the press conference, to the two children after the circumstances have it good:
"the Children are transferred to familiecentret at the Municipality of Aarhus. Their behavior is normal for their age, but they are of course influenced by what has happened with them. They are staying together at a opholdshjem for small children."
the Police have tried to communicate with the children by the help of an interpreter, but no luck.
east Jutland Police thank you at the press conference for the number of enquiries they have got in the case. The calls continue to ring 114, if you have information that can help police to find the identity of the children and family.Date Of Update: 16 December 2019, 16:00