the Gravel on the road, where the blood is washed away from the road, the only sign of the drama that hit Rungsted Strandvej around at 18 o'clock in the evening.
Here was a 20-year-old man killed by shots in it, which probably was a showdown between two bandefraktioner. Four other young men, aged 20-27 years were injured.
The motive for the shooting is not yet clarified, but north Zealand Police work from the theory that it is due to a disagreement between two local bandegrupperinger.
Two bouquets of red roses are put at the rest stop, where the shooting happened shortly before 12 o'clock, up came a woman with short dark hair running in a small black car and almost ran to the scene of the crime with the tears rolling down her cheeks, and put a gravlys.
Then she sat down on her knees and made the sign of the cross.
Flowers on the spot where the 20-year-old man was killed. Photo: Jonas Olufson
The few people walking by, expresses surprise that such a drama hit this place.
Among them was Hans Aage Hjuler, who lives a mile from the scene of the crime, but was to the wine tasting, when it happened. Therefore, he heard nothing, but got a sudden sms from her children, if he was okay.
- It surprises me very much, for usually it is a quiet area, " says Hans Aage Hjuler.
According to the inspector at The Police Lau Thygesen, the police have a presumption that there had been 'a skirmish' or a meeting between the parties before the shooting.
- Some suggest that this is another wave where you chose to use firearms, says Lau Thygesen.
According to Ekstra information, they met in a cafe beforehand, and there is talk about the two groups, respectively from Nivå and Kokkedal. The fatalities are from Norway.
Different dramatically as Time out on Saturday night. Photo: Kenneth Meyer
Hans Aage Hjuler can best imagine that they have met at the port and then running up on rastepladsen, because it is on the way to Perth.
the 14 men were arrested in the night, but it is determined only in the course of today, how many of them, that shall be produced in grundlovsforhør.
The Police were massively present in Rungsted immediately after the shooting, which besides protection and the collection of traces and information from witnesses also were looking for one or more of the perpetrators of the shooting.
- I have a great deal of understanding, which can lead to insecurity after such an incident. Therefore, we will also be extra visible for the present, both in This and in other parts of the politikredsen, in order to ensure that the citizens again feel free, says Carsten Spliid, inspector, inspector and line manager for the Prevention and Vicinity, north Zealand Police.
If you have information in the case can contact The Police on telephone 114.