Sadness and uncertainty - how to describe the survivors of Kiehn Andersen the situation after that, in the past week received the message that the 68-year-old Kiehn was found dead in a gravel pit.
The sad affair took its beginning on easter Sunday, where the police and the fire brigade were called out to the 68-year-old home, a house on the Kalundborgvej in Ruds Vedby on Vestsjælland.
the 112 - 27. apr. 2019 - at. 16:47 Cameras in the gravel pit may be able to help the police
It happened in connection with a fire in the house. The 68-year-old occupant there was no trace after. Thursday found so the body after the 68-year-old in Blæsinge gravel pit, situated eight to ten miles south of Ruds Vedby.
- I have no clue why he was killed. We have also not gained much information from the police in the days that passed since he was reported missing. The only thing they have told us is that they suspect he was killed.
the 112 - 26. apr. 2019 - at. 19:16 the Son of the killed Kiehn: - We have the hell to
112 - 26. apr. 2019 - at. 15:52 Police: Missing Kiehn was killed
how to tell Kiehns brother, Jørgen, to Ekstra Bladet.
- We had it terrible the day we got it with the fire to know and that he had disappeared. Ago, we hoped for the best but fearing the worst, tells Jørgen Andersen.
Jørgen Andersen is the brother of Kiehn, who on Thursday was found dead. Photo: Per Rasmusen
Kiehn Andersen was a pensioner. He was trained to be a butcher, and through his working life he was employed around the different brugser on Vestsjælland. It be in Sorø, Ruds Vedby and show gørlev, informs his brother.
He had health problems, and a few years ago he underwent a heart surgery.
In the follow Jørgen was killed not in the vicinity of the criminal environments. He was a hunter and president of the local møntsamlerklub in Slagelse.
In this connection, he had even a bigger coin collection.
He was a very well-liked family man and brother, adds Jørgen Andersen.
- We believe or do not know anything. I just know that he had the coins. I don't know if they had value. He was a person who would help anyone if they asked, tells Jørgen Andersen.