Anne-Elisabeth Falkevik Garden (68) has been missing from his home outside Oslo in ten weeks, since the end of October. At the same time, unknown persons set forth requirements for the ransom, are paid in kryptovaluta. It reports Aftenposten.HAVE MILLIARDFORMUE: Investor Tom Hagen (68) according to the Capital a fortune of 1.7 billion. Photo: Eivind Yggeseth / Mallorca Show more
the Garden is married to investor Tom Hagen (68), which is among Norway's wealthiest people. He has earned big on real estate and kraftsalg, and according to the Capital a fortune of 1.7 billion.
According to the newspaper Aftenposten has the police investigated the case in secrecy. No one is so far charged with.press Conference
Dagbladet has been in contact with Tom hagen's lawyer Svein Holden. He will not yet give any details about the case or to confirm what has happened, but enlightens, however, that there will be comments later in the day, in the aftermath of the police press conference at Birmingham at 11.DRIVERS: Anne-Elisabeth Hagen (68) to have been abducted from their home in Lørenskog in Akershus, norway. Video: Templates Storrusten and Audun Hageskal / DagbladetVis more Show more
the newspaper Aftenposten writes that there has been contact with the kidnappers, through a digital platform. In addition to the requirement of the ransom is made threats about what happens if the requirement is not being met.
This will be the first time the ransom required paid in kryptovaluta.Secluded
the married Couple, the Garden lives in a detached house in Lørenskog in Akershus, and leads a secluded lifestyle.
Nothing indicates that someone has broken into the couple's residence.
the East police district has responsibility for the investigation. They get the assistance of Kripos, Økokrim, Europol and Interpol. In addition, the police special unit for gisselforhandlinger, which is under the Oslo police district, connected.
the Review follows the case.ASSISTS the FAMILY: Attorney Svein Holden assist Anne-Elisabeth Falkevik the Garden's next of kin. Photo: Vegard Wivestad Grøtt / NTB Scanpix Show more