the FBI - the Us federal etterforskningsbyrå - is connected into the supposed's abduction from bjarmaland by Anne-Elisabeth Hagen (68).
It confirms the Norwegian police faced NRK.- This is the last heartbeat from Anne-Elisabeth Garden
It is true that the FBI has been involved in the investigation of the case. It is natural in such a case, but we can't go specifically into what this consists in, informs the police towards the PEOPLE.Abducted in the year
It was 31. October of last year that police believe 68-year-old Garden was abducted from his home in Lørenskog.
the Garden is married to billionaire Tom Hagen (68), who has a net worth of 1.7 billion, according to Capital. It makes him one of Norway's wealthiest.
The supposed kidnappers left a letter at home with the couple, which should have contained threats. It also contained a løsepengekrav.
the Requirement to be of 85,9 million - nine million euros - paid in kryptovalutaen Monero.CONTACT: Thursday 10. January went to the police out with two videos of people who were observed outside of Tom hagen's workplace 31. October. The police assume that she was abducted on the morning of or the morning of the same day, and want contact with these people. Video: Police Show more the Secret investigation
But because the letter with løsepengekravet also contained a threat that Anne-Elisabeth hagen's well-being was dependent on that the police was not connected to the case, police have been forced to put a lid on the matter.
her Husband Tom Hagen notified the police the same day she should have been abducted.
From 31. October and up until Wednesday of last week carried out the police a secret investigation, which among other things involved the civil politispanere and fake badges on the cars.
Police said Tuesday that the last safe livstegnet from Anne-Elisabeth Hagen (68) was a phone call to a family member, the clock 9.14. They believe she disappeared sometime between the hours of 9.15 and at 13: 30 when her husband Tom Hagen came home from work.930 tips
It has since police went public with the matter on Wednesday last week, come into a large amount of tips. On Wednesday morning informs the police that it has come in just over 930 tips in the course of the last six days.
Tips includes both persons, vehicles, possible hiding places and other observations. We have also received concrete tips on the two people who are caught up by the overvåkningskameraene by Futurumbygget, but these have not yet been identified, " says etterforskningsleder Tommy Brøske in a press release.
due to the investigation do not want the police to comment on the contents of the tips now.
the Review update the case.