"last Sunday, shrugged polispatruller out on an alarm if an ongoing shootings. When the police was on the spot, it turned out that the alarm was false. And it is not the first time. Only this year have 10 false alarms reported. The police have now set up two notifications against persons who are assumed to have deliberately provided false information. In February alerted, for example, the police if an act of Tornfalksgatan where it was claimed to be skottskadade people. Another case concerns a bomblarm from a grocery store. "
"– It may consequence to other victims of crime will have to wait. For example, those who warned or subjected to break-ins. This affects people who really have been victims of crime, " says Malmöpolisens presstalesperson Nils Norling, to Sydsvenskan. "
"Wrong information on the existence of danger to human life or health can be classified as a false alarm – and can lead to a year in prison. "