For the third time in the course of a week and a half is the north jutland police investigators and kriminalteknikere in time to ensure the track in the mysterious killing 9. may on the 39-year-old Eddie Karl Johan Christensen.
In the morning moved to the Forensic Department on the port of Frederikshavn, where a 52-year-old imprisoned Swedish scrap dealer has a large warehouse of old iron and a metalværksted.
At The Police indicate vicepolitiinspektør Frank Olsen, the technical studies on the gerningsstederne continues.
composed by mike westergaard takes new samples of biological traces on a forklift by the imprisoned svenskers metalværksted at the port of Frederikshavn. The technicians have also been looking for the dna inside the workshop, which, like svenskerens farmhouse north of Frederikshavn is still blocked off. Photo: René Schütze
He will, however, not confirm reports that the workshop has been used to destroy the unburnt bones.
- It can not comment on.
at the same time, drove a second ransagningshold earlier in the day on the country estate ca. 15 km to the north of the port city, where the police believe that Eddie was killed by pistol shot on the evening of 9. may.
the Site is still blocked off after the first search 14. may, in which police, forensic scientists, and archaeological knogleeksterter sought after charred remains of a corpse.
- We need as much information as possible to piece of this very complicated drabssag together. It is a herculean task, says vicepolitiinspektør Frank Olsen.See also: eddie's dog a part of the mordgåden