The first burned the house - then came the thieves

Sunday moved 70 firefighters out to a tagbrand in the residential Stodal in Hobro, where the 85-year-old Gerry Clausen lives with his wife Jette. the Fire had

The first burned the house - then came the thieves

Sunday moved 70 firefighters out to a tagbrand in the residential Stodal in Hobro, where the 85-year-old Gerry Clausen lives with his wife Jette.

the Fire had a good hold in the roof and the upper apartments. The pair - who live on the ground floor was evacuated as firefighters arrived.

But the fire was just the first accident. Since the after the fire visited their apartment, it dawned on them that they had also had a break-in.

"In the whole of the wing, where there has been fire, is there anyone who has kicked the doors up. The thieves have been inside all the apartments and stealing silverware, jewelry and money," says Gerry Clausen.

Bendt and Jette Clausen was offered resettlement, but they chose to move in with their son in Råsted, if the house is large enough for both Bendt, Jette and their two dogs.

yesterday, the pair could return to the apartment and look at the damage, the fire and the fires had caused. Because their apartment is located in the living room, it is not near so included, as the apartments located on the first and second floor.

Their apartment has been destroyed by the many thousands of gallons of water, the firemen pøsede out of the apartment complex to get to grips with the fire. But in addition mangleder there is also something.

"the Thieves have been inside and take the whole of the shrine as my wife has her jewelry in," says Gerry Clausen.

He comforts himself, that he and Jane managed to get the most valuable and cherished items with care.

"The jewelry has been stolen, is not worth anything to anyone other than ourselves. They may not be sold," he says.

Anders Kjær, who is the director of Hobro Boligforening, tell to the North, that break-in is reported to the police.

"All the doors to the apartments, access doors to the opgangene and all the basement rooms have been locked by. Yet you come in. It's incredibly distasteful," says Anders Kjær to Jutland.dk.

in the Middle of the double accident has people from copenhagen Gerry Clausen discovered a great cohesion in the small north jutland town of Hobro.

"The local Rema asked boxes of free food to us, and a restaurant down in the city offered that we could come and eat for free," he says, and adds:

"You are very welcome to write that we as the people of copenhagen are very impressed with the helpfulness of the staff, we have met here in the West."

Updated Date: 13 December 2019, 06:00

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