Tom Hagen must keep yet another christmas alone without to know, what happened with his wife.
With only two weeks left of 2019, from all indications, the Norwegian billionaire again going a new year in the meeting in the dark about his wife's fate.
It is 14 months ago, unknown assailants kidnapped the 69-year-old Anne-Elisabeth Hagen from the couple's home in the Oslo suburb of Lørenskrog, and in the time the police do not come much nearer a solution of the case.
Her kidnappers left a letter in the house, where they demanded a ransom.
Yet feel the police are gradually convinced that the billionaire-the lady has been killed.
Although the investigation of the case pulls out, and the tracks are sparse, so continue the investigation in the new year.
"We find that it goes rapidly towards christmas and the new year. We have put new and concrete plans for the first weeks and months in 2020," said inspector Tommy Brøske to the Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet, and continues:
"You can never exclude a solution and a breakthrough before the time, but we consider ourselves rapidly to the new year and look for us a the investigation, which will also continue next year."
In the beginning of december called the police a suspicious car that had been caught on a video surveillance close to the Chin-the couple's place of residence.
the Car was in the area in the morning hours just at the time when Anne-Elisabeth disappeared.
And then, the police have initiated a klapjagt after criminals with a special shoe and a certain size of footwear.
In and around the house in Lørenskog is the left large imprints of shoes of the brand Sprox in size 44, 45 or 46.
Therefore, the investigators started with a huge opsporingsarbejde to find the owners of these particular shoes.
"We still believe that the image with high probability is made by a gerningsperson. It is due to both the way it is allocated at, and the place where they are allocated," says Tommy Brøske to VG.
Therefore, to seek out the cops now several buyers of the shoes and examine their alibi.
The Norwegian newspaper reports that several of the men with Sprox-shoes, which appear in the police material, the past is convicted of a crime.Updated Date: 18 December 2019, 13:00