Two arrested men, 23 and 25 years will in the afternoon be manufactured in the grundlovsforhør in Court in Rønne in direct connection with the police findings of a 28-year-old sjællænders corpses on a bonfire in Nordskoven south of Hasle. The two men are accused both of murder.
It informs the Bornholm Police in a press release.
the Man was Tuesday at 6.11 found lifeless in the square, there is a trail system in a remote wooded area west of the motorway service stations on the Haslevej.
It sparked quickly a greater politiudrykning and exploration of technical tracks in the sealed-off area.
Chefpolitiinspektør Jacob Ipsen reported then, that the man was dead, and that there was 'a suspicious death'. A clear signal that the investigators already at the time kept the option open that he could be a victim of a crime.
More about the investigation wish Jacob Ipsen is not to inform, since the prosecutor will request that the grundlovsforhøret at 13.45 to be settled behind closed doors out of consideration for further exploration.
Extra Leaf was yesterday in contact with the neighbors, who live up to several hundred meters from the Shelterpladsen. None of them had on Tuesday morning noticed something suspicious in the terrain in the hours up to the discovery of the dead man.
The deceased man had the address on Sealand, but supposedly have a connection to the island of Bornholm. The last, the police have not wanted to flesh out the details.
Ekstra Bladet learns that the two now drabssigtede men are long-term natives. The information want chefpolitiinspektør Jacob Ipsen not to comment on.
- the Community over here is so small. It, we tend not to inform, he says, and keeps at the same time, close to the body, the three men already knew each other.
Jacob Ipsen has previously stated to Ekstra Bladet, that the forensic department from Copenhagen has been driven in position, and the same with group 1 dogs, as is the police's best sleuths.
Police have this morning raised the barrier of the crime scene in Nordskoven.