the South-West police have launched an investigation after a corpse in the day was found in a house that is under renovation in Sandnes city centre. Currently, they don't know who this is, or what lies behind, but designates the case as a suspicious death.Get the details
- It is the circumstances that make that we describe this as suspicious, " says the Lone Wickstrøm, avsnittsleder on personseksjonen in politidistriktet, to Dagbladet.
She does not want to go into these circumstances.
the corpse found in the bygningskonstruksjonen, as wall or floor?
- I can't say anything about. What I can say, is that the deceased was found in a house under construction, " says Wickstrøm.
She also can't say anything about how long the corpse has been lying in the house - which, according to Stavanger Aftenblad located in Langgata. According to TV 2, the building is municipally owned and has been uninhabited for a while. It is under construction, and a health clinic will eventually move into.CENTRE: The uninhabited building is located in Langgata in Sandnes city centre. Photo: Tommy Ellingsen / NTB Scanpix Show more
the Message came in to the police at 13.11. Crime scene is blocked off, and police forensic investigators working in the evening on the site.Autopsy
the Police can or will not say anything about the gender of the deceased.
It will be performed the autopsy, informs the Wickstrøm.
Is it so that the corpse has lain so long in the house that the breakdown is far framskreden?
I can't comment.
- Links you found to the other criminal cases in Jæren, and the checks you issue up against the missing persons in the district?
- It is natural to look at the missed cases. Per 1. January 2019, there are 117 missing persons in our district.
Wickstrøm encourage people who may have information about the deceased, to contact the police on telephone number 51 89 94 27 or e-mail email@example.com.