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Finn was killed with serious violence, and his house, stuck in the fire

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the 65-year-old Finn Steensen Ørsdahl was probably dead already, even before it was set fire to his house on Færgevej 4 of h. miller in the Odsherred region of denmark. It informs the Middle - and West zealand Police, which now also publishes a picture of the victim.

It remains to be seen, what lies behind his violent death.

Finn Steensen Ørsdahl was severely injured and probably dead, before it was set fire to his house in h. miller in the Odsherred region of denmark. Private

Finn Steensen Ørsdahl was found dead on the morning of 14. February, after the police had been called to the site because of a fire at 07.14.

the Investigations at the Forensic Department of the deceased demonstrated that he had been subjected to serious violence before his death - and therefore probably died before the fire was arson.

the 112 - 16. feb. 2019 - at. 11:03 Police looking for motive in brandsag

The brandtekniske investigations at the scene of the crime was made in the course of Friday, and they conclude that the fire was arson, because there are found several hotbeds in brandtomten.

The 65-year-old Finn Steensen Ørsdahl was last seen alive on the morning of Wednesday 13. February, when he was seen driving her car along Nykøbingvej towards Holbæk at Tuse Lågevej.

the Police have chosen to publish the identity of the deceased, because they would want to hear from witnesses who can help identify his whereabouts from Wednesday morning until the notification about the fire at his residence was received by police on Thursday morning.

Therefore, they also choose to publish the identity of the deceased.

- the Publication of a photo of the victim is a rather unusual investigative steps, but we need to get as many witness statements about his whereabouts as possible. The photo will hopefully help that anyone can recollect to have seen him perhaps in the Holbæk-area in the course of Wednesdays or at his residence a day up to the notification of the fire, said the responsible efterforskningsleder, vicepolitiinspektør Jacob Olsen, from Central Investigation in the Middle - and West zealand Police.

the 112 - 15. feb. 2019 - at. 21:38 Found dead after the fire: He could not make a cat mischief

It remains to be seen what lies behind the Finn Steensen Ørsdahls death.

the Police over the weekend investigated the matter broadly from the many possible motives, and has, among others, conducted many interviews of persons who either live or have stayed in the neighborhood to the crime scene.

It has happened in trying to get information about the vehicles or anything else that deviated from the normalbilledet in the area, as well as on the persons who might be suspicious in relation to the acts of violence and arson.

But yet it has not led to a breakthrough.

Finn Steensen Ørsdahl live out to the fairly crowded Nykøbingvej. You must, however, turn on the small Færgevej to come into his due. Photo: Linette K. Jespersen

If you have information in the case, they can be given to Middle - and West zealand Police on tel. 46 35 14 48 or through the nearest police on tel. 114.

Saturday was the roof has been covered with plastic. What was left was all Finn Steensen Ørsdahls many cars without number plates, which he sold parts from. Photo: Linette K. Jespersen

the First floor collapsed, as the fire was on Thursday. Photo: Henning Hjort

the Technicians were on Friday in time to examine the scene of the crime. Photo: Henning Hjort

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