It shouldn't be able to happen.
But on Saturday collided Luke Richmann Truesen with a razor blade when he was out on a run at the Kobberdammen near Hellebæk.
the Meeting with the sharp object killed the 19-year-old a cut over the left eye, and when he was first stopped on the path, he found several razor blades hanging on the branches in the same area.
the Severity is to feel, and Luke's mother, Sussie Richmann, took also affair as a result of the dramatic trip.
She notified the case to the police, who responded by sending officers to interrogate Luke, just as the area was examined.
It tells Jakob Tofte, vagtchef by north Zealand Police, Sunday, to Ekstra Bladet.
- I can confirm that we received this review and we will look very seriously at. Citizens should be able to run and enjoy nature without being afraid of getting razor blades in the head, says Tofte.
Vagtchefen stresses that you fortunately have not experienced the precedent with razor blades stuck out in the woods. But it does not make the proceedings less serious.
- For me is the bottom line, to a boy, has seen this episode and has suffered some minor cuts. If people have done it here as pranks, or there is something more subtle behind, I don't know. But it does not change the fact that there is a boy who has come to harm, aimed Tofte.
in Front of the north Zealand Police is now a challenging investigation, as there are many tracks to follow.
- It is a difficult case. We do not have a witness who has seen it here, and it's going to require some work. It we go so far, says Tofte.
to date, the severe episode figured as a warning to others that move around Kobberdammen.
the Episode has reached the front pages of sn.dk as well as Helsingør Dagblad, and She Richmann has on Facebook is made aware of his son's shocking run and the sharp traps on the trees.
- Luke so it's not in time and got unfortunately a small incision in the face just above the eye. He found and removed in addition, three different razor blades around the same place, which was bound tightly to the branches, she writes in the group Our port fairy.