It is 100 days since Anne-Elisabeth Hagen (68) disappeared without a trace from his home in Lørenskog. Police believe the woman, who is married to billionaire Tom Hagen (68), was abducted on the morning of or the morning 31. October of last year.Three months - no answer
to the East police, who are investigating the case, has received a number of tips about possible hiding places where the 68-year-old can be.
the Police has previously told Dagbladet that they have sought out addresses in Norway, and checked them out of the case.
Now you have to tell politiinspektør Tommy Brøske to Dagbladet that also the possible hiding places in foreign countries also has been checked out of the case.
- I can confirm that we have followed up the hiding places, also outside the borders of Norway. But to go into more detail about it, I will not do. Neither how we have checked it out, or where we have checked it out, says Brøske.
He also says that the police have received a tip from abroad, including about possible hiding places.Have visited the Norwegian addresses in the search for Anne-Elisabeth Around 1500 tips
the Police have investigated the case since the 31. October, the day they believe the Garden was abducted from his home. But until 9. January the case was investigated in secret.
Dagbladet has previously confirmed that it has been used civil politispanere and fake badges on the vehicle as part of the investigation.
When the police went public with the case 9. January, was one of the motivations to collect tips from the audience.
Since that time police have received nearly 1,500 tips. A large proportion of these came in the first few days, and because of the great pressure established police a tipssentral at Gardermoen.Police: - found objects in the Go
This centre is still open and still staffed, but because tipsmengden has declined, staffing levels have been less, tell politiinspektør Brøske. The pbx can also quickly oppbemannes, if the need arises, " adds he.Several studies
On the basis of the tips that are received, conducting the police continued the interrogation of possible witnesses. The process of the great data they have collected.
The last few weeks is the in addition, been carried out two surveys in or next to the property to the married couple, the Garden in Lørenskog.
In the last week conducted Kripos, on behalf of the Eastern police district, a so-called 3D-scan of the property to the married couple.
the Week before carried out the police search in Go, which is bordered to the couple's property. With assistance from the Oslo fire - and redningsetats divers searched the police in the water in three days. They made a number of findings, which are now examined to see if they can be put in the context of forsvinningssaken.Therefore, 3D-scanned the police milliardærparets empty
Politiinspektør Brøske't want to say whether or not the police are planning other investigations on the property to the couple Garden.
- We can not comment on the etterforskningsskritt that we are planning or not planning, " says Brøske.Strengthened polititeori
Since 31. October is the police strengthened in their faith in hovedteorien they have, namely that Anne-Elisabeth Hagen (68) was abducted from his home.
Then the man Tom Hagen came home in 13.30-the time 31. October, the wife was gone. Again it was a letter with threats and a large løsepengekrav.
Since the time they have supposed bortførerne made contact with the family, but neither the police nor the family's lawyer has wanted to describe the contents of the communication or on the platform it takes place.RESEARCH: today, it is three months since Anne-Elisabeth Garden disappeared without a trace. The police assume that she is kidnapped, and today they conduct new technical studies at her residence in Lørenskog. Reporter: Jesper Nordahl Finsveen. Video: Nicolai Delebekk / Dagbladet Show more