The two small children on Saturday afternoon were left at a bus stop in central Aarhus, may be afghans.
It is at least the theory, the east Jutland Police at the time of writing work from.
so far it has not been possible to communicate with the kids, but even though you now have an idea of their ethnicity, has created a new problem, it sounds from the vagtchef Lars Bisgaard:
Afghan are not one unified language.
There are two languages of Afghanistan - pashto and dari - and they are located quite far from each other.
the Police are therefore in the process of finding out which of the two languages the two small children are brought up with.
at the same time, continuing the part of the investigation, there is about to find out why the two children were left, and where the parents are.
The one-year girl and the boy on the approximately two-and-a-half was found Saturday night by random passers-by. The girl sat in a stroller, and the boy stood beside.
The two passers-by took note that the children do not seemed unsafe, and that the boy took good care of the girl. But it puzzled them that the parents were not to see any places.
Because after a half an hour was still no trace of the parents, the police were summoned. East jutland Police retrieved the children, which has since been handed over to the social authorities.
Since the police have called for parents, witnesses and persons with information about the children.
But even though there have been many inquiries, the police have not yet encountered on the ground-breaking tracks, tells vagtchef Lars Bisgaard.
"We have yet no witnesses. We have received many calls, and we are happy for them, but there have also been some not so great value in the further course of events," he says and adds:
"We treat all enquiries and picks up on them continuously. People hear from us, if we go ahead with their enquiry."
for The same reason, the invitation to contact the police if you have seen the children or have information about them, are still standing, more than a day after they were found.
do you Know anything, please contact the east Jutland Police on telephone 114.Date Of Update: 15 December 2019, 20:00