Wednesday-at 09.14, it had been eleven weeks since the last ensure heartbeat from the assumed abducted Anne-Elisabeth Falkevik Garden (68). In the last week selected the police to go public with the matter, with a desire for information and communication with the supposed kidnappers.the FBI connected into the forsvinningssaken
the Newspaper has asked Ivar Fahsing, a researcher at the Norwegian police university college and is responsible for the continuing education of drapsetterforskere, to consider the case from the information the police have disclosed until now.
- no Matter what has happened, is this sakstypen the most demanding I can imagine facing. It is the police's worst nightmare, he states.CONTACT: Thursday 10. January went to the police out with two videos of people who were observed outside of Tom hagen's workplace 31. October. The police assume that she was abducted on the morning of or the morning of the same day, and want contact with these people. Video: Police Show more Recent secure heartbeat
on Tuesday gave police information about four important points from the 31. last October - the day the Garden disappeared:Approximately at 09.00: Tom Hagen went to work.09.14: Anne-Elisabeth Falkevik the Garden was in a phone call with a family member. This is the last ensure heartbeat from her.Approximately 13.30: Tom Garden was back in the house of the couple in Sloraveeien on Fjellhamar in Lørenskog.Approximately 14.00: Police were notified that Anne-Elisabeth Falkevik the Garden was missing. Hours later to Empty the Garden have met a civilian police car at a gas station. Working police with tips: - A puzzle to be added
Anne-Elisabeth Falkevik the Garden may have been free for several hours without having given heartbeat, is not necessarily suspicious.
Fahsing tells us that the first thing an investigator will think is: "Is this deviation from the savnedes normal patterns, or ordinary activity?". Some scatters about with the heartbeat, while others do not.- Extremely worrying
He says that everything must be inserted in the correct context, and that it is therefore the police are working with the continuous testing of new hypotheses.
- For a 68 year old woman, this is not necessarily suspicious, " says Fahsing and follow up:
But if this is the last safe heartbeat since she disappeared at the end of October, this is of course extremely worrisome in itself.
Fahsing emphasizes that he does not know the case details, and therefore argue on the basis of their own experience.IVAR FAHSING: a Researcher at the Norwegian police university college and is responsible for the continuing education of drapsetterforskere. Show more
He has, among other long praksiserfaring as a detective from the Kriminalavdelingen in the Oslo police district and by the "mordkommisjonen" on Kripos. He has also written a doctoral thesis about decision making in the criminal investigation, several books on organized crime and the police's own textbook about the investigation.The greatest challenge
Last week told etterforskningsleder Brøske that there are serious threats and a demand that the ransom be paid.
the Police hovedteori is that this is about a abduction and a subsequent extortion. It is a very demanding form of crime, there is little doubt.
The supposed kidnappernes biggest challenge – and that obviously will be in their interest, according to the Fahsing – is to prove that the victim still is relatively unharmed.
- It is obvious that this is of kidnappernes interest to maintain the motivation to pay the ransom. At the same time, all communications increase the risk to leave clues that can reveal them, " says Fahsing.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 Heartbeat
so Far, they have supposed the kidnappers has not demonstrated that the Garden is still alive. There has not been in verbal communication with those who have demanded a ransom. It is used in a digital communication form, and the police have not communicated with them since the case was made public a week ago.
The supposed kidnappernes other major challenge is to keep a victim trapped over time, according to the Fahsing. This increases the risk of errors and escape attempt, which may lead to gjerningspersonene tempted to use violence in order to scare or pacify the victim.
Currently, investigated the case of deprivation of liberty, and etterforskningsleder Tommy Brøske have repeated the message that "even though it has come a heartbeat from the offended, has it not come a sign that she is alive".< p> the Family's message: - Want better contact with the presumed kidnappers Must take the height of all
Fahsing points out that one of the police's biggest challenges is that they must take account of absolutely everything – including the fact that the missing is seriously injured or no longer alive.
In England they have a system where you are conducting rigorous, systematic research to find the heartbeat on missing persons: there Has been contact in the network? Activity on the bank account? Cold and dry weather? Activity on social media? mention Fahsing that some of the investigations the police conduct.
- If one has systematically documented that there are no signs of life, so one can after a minimum of four weeks to go to court and formally implement a drapsetterforskning without there being a similar.
- I want to believe that forsvinningssaken at Lørenskog also include such a scenario, and most likely, this has been done since day one. On the other hand must, of course, everything is done in order to find her unharmed, says Fahsing and adds that there is hope as long as the contrary is not confirmed.Suspect foreigners
On the question of why this happens here in Norway, responding Fahsing that the most startling is that we do not have more such cases.
- We are a very open society with a low degree of personal safety and relatively many wealthy people. Kriminalitetsformen have been relatively common in many of our neighbouring countries over several years.
It has a connection with that development has led to that we ensure our values harder. The consequence of that we now ensure pengeobjektene and larger balances so well, is that you almost do not get access to them in other ways than through extortion.MARKED: Rolf Arne Letvik (64) is the friend and neighbour of the abducted Anne-Elisabeth Garden. He realized quickly that something was wrong, and is very despondent over the fact that it has gone so long without a solution. Video: Jesper Nordahl Finsveen and Lars Eivind Bones / Dagbladet Show more Risk by release
He also believes that the increasing differences and increased mobility in Europe increases the risk of wet of new kriminalitetsformer. The reason that we have relatively little crime in Norway is that we have very low rates of poverty.
Much to suggest, therefore, that this is not Norwegian gjerningspersoner. And the main reason for that is simply that we do not have a tradition for such kind of crime in Norway.
That gjerningspersonene have not yet documented that the Garden is still alive, however, and may indicate that they are not especially professional, according to the Fahsing.
One opportunity that you luckily often see – say Fahsing – is that the hostages be released when they realize that the requirements will not be met.
- It is important to remember that the kidnappers engaged in extortion has no interest of harming the victim. On the other hand it can to release some also increase the risk of identification of gjerningspersonene, " he concludes.When the neighbor saw varebilen, he was uneasy. Then called the police