the Police closes its investigation in a case from February, where an advertising agency in the heart of Copenhagen received a bomb threat.
this was stated by The Copenhagen Police to the news agency Ritzau.
the Company & Co. was threatened, after that there had arisen a great deal of discussion about an advertisement for the airline SAS. It was & Co., who was behind the advertisement.
We have investigated the matter, but we have right now no more useful clues or information to go by. New track up, then we will of course examine them, writes the police in an email.
the Threat was ticking into the early morning of Thursday, the 13. February. It came in an email.
the Police moved strong in numbers in addition to the company, who are located in Adelgade in Copenhagen.
Ambulance, a fire engine, police cars, and a personnel carrier was also to see on the spot, like there was a bomberydder and crew in protective suits.
the Case began, according to the SAS 12. February had sharp criticism for the campaign video 'SAS - what is truly Scandinavian'.
The questioned by a number of things, commonly associated with the scandinavian countries.
In the campaign was alleged, among other things, that the rye bread is Turkish, open-faced sandwiches are from the Netherlands, windmills are from Persia, and to cykeltraditionen is borrowed from Germany.
the Goal with the video was to show that you can be inspired to go out into the world, and to take it home with me, as you like.
Following the criticism on social media pulled the SAS later on the same day the video back.
Since informed the carrier that it would re-publish the video in a 'shorter and clearer' version. And that the campaign message had been 'misunderstood'.
the Next day came the threat to & Co.
the Police have investigated the matter, but since there are no more new to go after, the case is filed.