the Police are just now starting with a search at an address in urbana, illinois in connection with the unsolved killings of 29-year-old Nick Jorgensen in the west zealand village of Mullerup 8. July of this year.
It informs the Middle - and West zealand police in a press release.
- In advance, the police have received the court's approval of a search conducted in an attempt to find clues that may lead to the detection of drabssagen, where a 29-year-old man from Dublin was killed by the shot. Drabssagen is after the police view, a local reckoning in a criminal environment, writes the police.
Nick Jorgensen was killed when three men entered the place, where the 29-year-old man stayed in Mullerup. He died of 'internal bleeding as a result of that he was hit by several shots'.
After the killing, called police a a silver-grey Peugeot 206, as three masked men drove away from the scene of the crime on the Mullerupvej 11 in the direction of show gørlev.
the Police do not want to disclose the details of the address where the search is going on, or about the relation to the deaths and drabssagen. They write, however, that they do not expect that anyone will be arrested or charged in connection with today's ransagningsaktion.
in the Middle - and West zealand Police would still like to hear from witnesses who have seen something in the area around the drabsstedet in Mullerup or know of people who had had the disposal of a car of the brand at the time of the crime.
Police have not identified flugtbilen, which can not be described further.