A short distance away sneddar three sporty dressed guys in femtonårsåldern across the road with a basketball in his arms. One of them tells how he became the eyewitness to the shooting on Saturday night when one person was killed and four were injured.
" I was visiting a friend in the house over there when a guy came running along the path before he sunk down, bleeding. Then I saw how another guy was here, in the middle of the road, completely still. With him stood his friend and jumped both his feet of sheer panic. He didn't seem hurt, just stunned, " he says and points towards the asphalt.
In and around a structure with gravel appearing rusty red blood stains and footprints.
want to, as well as most others we talk with along Strandvejen, be anonymous. But he would like to tell you what he saw.
– Thus, there was a lot of people here. In particular then, when the ambulances came. I dared not stand still because it suddenly started to run around the police officers with guns between the houses, " he says.
Hans Aage Hjuler lights a cigarette, turns on his camera phone and snaps a couple of pictures of the two bouquets of bright pink roses which is located on the asphalt next to the edge of the water.
" I was at a wine festival a mile away yesterday, but my children are quick to pick up on the news so they heard us and wondered if I had it good. Now I could not resist to come here, you get curious, " he says and looks around.
Strandvejen between Helsingør and Copenhagen is one of Denmark's most popular tourist destinations. Here is the fashionable villas row in the row along the sound, backed up by intimate hamnkrogar, beech forests, and several famous museums.Hans Aage Hjuler. Photo: Anders Hansson
His Aaage Hjuler, who live in the immediate vicinity, trying to explain why Saturday's incident in which a man in his 20s was shot dead and four injured, was so unexpected.
" Well, this is an expensive area. It must be the first time in history that something like this happens in the area, something very temporary, and very strange. I don't actually think that we need to fear that it will happen again, " he says.
It was shortly after noon to 18 on Saturday night by the police of north zealand received the alarm about a shooting in Rungsted, three miles north of Copenhagen.
Later in the evening confirmed to the police that a man in his 20s died in the shooting and that another four men, also in their 20s, were brought to the hospital.
the port told the police that a total of 22 people have been detained, but 16 of them was released. Six persons later in the sönddagen be brought before a court in a so-called grundlagsförhör. Such a hearing grounds for a deprivation of liberty and must be held within 24 hours after an arrest.
– A couple of them that have been involved are still in hospital with serious but not life-threatening injuries. It's all about bullet wounds, but even if knivskärningar and that they have been hit by cars, " says Magnus Andreasen, chefpolisinspektör in north zealand.
Many locals had gathered in the harbor to listen to the police the latest information. When the press is given the opportunity to ask questions can an older man do not keep.
– Should we really need to have it in Chicago here?
Polisdirektör Jens-Christian Bülow, trying to reassure the questioner.
" No, we really don't. It is quite natural that you become afraid when an unacceptable event occurs in the even neighbourhood. But we have added substantial resources in research on the perpetrators and today we have a mobile police station that rolls around in the area to restore security, " he says.
is still unknown, but according to the police, you are probably dealing with an internal settlement between two local criminal gangs from the Level and Kokkedal.
A middle-aged woman with rödgråtna eyes turn into the parking lot next to the sound, and step out with a gravljus in the hand. She places it at the traces of blood in the asphalt, and then run from there.