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Louisa and Maren murdered: Police have sent a man to Morocco

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the Danish police has now sent a liaison officer to Marrakesh in Morocco in connection with the killing of 24-year-old dane Louise Vesterager Jespersen, and the 28-year-old Norwegian Maren Ueland in the Atlas mountains in the north african country.

- I can confirm that the national Police have sent a man to Morocco. He left Denmark on Wednesday morning, and his task will be, among other things, be at the disposal of the moroccan authorities in the extent, there is a need for it, said Michael Kjeldgaard, inspector at Rigspolitiets National Efterforskningscenter, in a press release.

- It is important to stress that he does not have to go there to participate in the investigation. It is in the hands of the local authorities.

The two young women had pitched their tent by a path in the Atlas mountains, head up to Toubkal, north africa's highest mountain. On Monday, was found murdered with marks on the neck by a sharp object.

Forbindelsesofficerens tasks are in close collaboration with the Norwegian liaison officer to be available to the moroccan police and assist, if needed, that there must be authorities in Denmark.

in Addition, it is forbindelsesofficerens task to keep the Danish authorities are regularly informed about what is happening in the case, and to assist the Danish ambassador in Morocco, which is located in Marrakesh and is providing consular assistance to the next of kin, police said.

According to Michael Kjeldgaard is based the decision to send a liaison officer on a specific assessment. But it is normal procedure, when Danish citizens are dead or injured abroad. the

- When the Danish nationals being killed or seriously injured abroad, we will make an assessment of whether it will make a positive difference to send a liaison officer, and if this is the case, we send one or more employees of the place. It can be anything from crimes to natural disasters, he says.

Police have no comments on the investigation in the drabssagen and refers to the moroccan authorities.

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