It is approaching eleven weeks since Anne-Elisabeth Garden, disappeared from his home on Fjellhamar in Lørenskog. Large resources are put into investigation. Yet this is the status the same as it was in the morning of 31. October: the Garden is without a trace disappeared.
Thursday in last week, went to the police and called for three people in connection with the case. The three were caught by safety cameras outside the billionaire and husband Tom hagen's workplace the morning his wife disappeared.
One of the people, a cyclist, has signed up to the police and has been checked out of the case. Two men remain to identify - "telefonmannen" and "luemannen", which was caught by the cameras by Futurum-built respectively 07.36 until 08: 00 31. October.FORSVINNINGSSAKEN: 75 days are gone, and the police have received over 500 tips. Anne-Elisabeth hagen's disappearance is still a mystery. Reporter: Jesper Finsveen. Video: Nina Hansen Show more - does not Impair the suspicion
We do us some thoughts since they still haven't signed up, despite massive media exposure. They still have the status of witnesses. But the fact that they have not signed up, eroding not just the suspicion that they may have something got to do with this. One should have pretty good reasons if you have been etterlysningen, says etterforskningsleder in the case, Tommy Brøske, to Dagbladet.
despite this, he stresses that the police do not have any reliable evidence or signs that the married couple, the Gardens have actually been monitored in the period prior to the 68-åringens disappearance. It is the case deal of restraint that they suspect that this has happened.a Billionaire on the cabins and electricity - has said that he doesn't think of wealth
It is against the background of the case character and the way it is acted on. We have no concrete tracks, so that we can establish that there has been ongoing monitoring, " says Brøske.
the Police maintain for the rest, the call that the two people on the overvåkningsvideoen sign up.Considering the search in the water
About 620 tips have come into police since the matter became public knowledge on Wednesday of last week. Etterforskningslederen say that there is a large variety in what the contents of the tips are, but confirms that several of them have been checked and categorized as interesting. These are now investigated further.
the Police have also stated that it is applicable to searching in the Go, located just by the married couple, the Garden's property. After the Dagbladet know, should the police also have held supervision in Kvitfjell, where the Garden-the pair own a number of cabins.KNOW your FAMILY: Erik S. Winther, is a former mayor and is familiar to Tom and Anne-Elisabeth Garden. Winther tells Dagbladet that the Garden is Kvitfjells eiendomsbaron. Video: Øystein Andersen and Øistein Norum Monsen/Dagbladet. Show more
Brøske will neither confirm or deny whether or not the cabin in Kvitfjell has been investigated.
When it comes to search in the Go, so is it not taken a position on whether or when this will be implemented, " he says.Possible hideouts
76 days have now passed since Anne-Elisabeth Garden disappeared. The tips that have come in, among other things, passed on possible hiding places.
Tips go, among other possible hiding places (both in Norway and outside), different observations, named persons and who the two called for people from videoovervåkingen is. We have no further comments in respect of tipsenes content, " communications adviser Øystein Stavdal Paulsen.- No one would know again the billionaire here
But so far, they have not found a reply on where the Garden is located, or how she has it.
the Family and the police hoped that the publication of the case on Wednesday in the last week would lead to that they got a heartbeat from the Garden or the persons who may have kidnapped her. The kidnappers should have made a claim of 85 million in kryptovalutaen Monero, but there has not been any communication since before the announcement.
- Police ask people who had to sit on the information, whether to call tipstelefon 64 81 95 99. Let the police assess whether the tip is relevant or not, " says Paulsen.This is the unanswered questions