Norwegian police have found objects in the lake Langvannet in Lørenskog, east of Oslo. They need to be examined further to see whether they can be linked to the abduction of the Norwegian woman Anne-Elisabeth Hagen, writes the news agency NTB.
- There have been found individual objects, there must be further investigated to see whether they can be attached to the case or not, informs East politidistrikt Monday morning.
- As the matter now stands, it is in the interest of the investigation is very limited what the police could comment on the concrete detail. We continually assess what we can publish the details, write a senior adviser Øystein Stavdal Paulsen in the police in a press release.
the divers ' survey of the lake was completed Friday, and Sunday, the police had received 1352 tip in the case.
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the Search in the lake began on Wednesday.
Langvannet is, according to the police covered in ice, and, therefore, have the divers had to make several holes in the ice to come down. A single place placed an underwater camera under the ice, as divers could not get to.
the Lake borders up to Anne-Elisabeth Hagens home, where she until his disappearance 31. October last year, lived with her husband, billionaire Tom Hagen.
on Wednesday explained to them of his own making in politidistriktet Christian Berge, that you were not looking for Anne-Elisabeth Hagen in the lake.
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Thursday day, explained the family's lawyer, Svein Holden, the week before had received a message from the supposed abductors on a 'digital platform'.
- We see this as a clear sign that she is alive, and that we can get her home alive, said Svein Holden.
Police confirmed the 9. January 2019, the 68-year-old Anne-Elisabeth Hagen had been away since 31. October of last year.
the Police suspect that she was abducted from her home in Fjellhamar, in the Lørenskog municipality outside Oslo.
the Abduction has been kept secret until recently. The police have confirmed that there are both threats and ransom demands in the form of kryptovaluta.