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Thursday evening Police received a notification about a shooting on Amagerbrogade at Amager Boulevard in Copenhagen.
It confirms vagtchef Henrik Brix over for Her.
- At 19.08 we get a notification about the shootings at Amagerbrogade. We are, therefore, massively present, reads it.
Vagtchefen confirms to Ekstra Bladet, that there are teams in the notification on the shot. Exactly how many by the police, not yet, but there is a minimum of three shots.
According to Extra Magazine's man on the spot, there is also three bullet shells at an area, which was cordoned off until shortly before 23 o'clock.
Police have not found any that are affected, but they are looking in the area. However, they have retained a smaller group of people.
- detention of some pieces, and detain them to find out who they are and why they are right there, tells vagtchefen, who do not yet know exactly how many, there is talk about.
At 20.30 they are, however, no longer in police custody.
It was some local young people who had a suspicious behavior, so we went in and got the register. They had immediately nothing to do with it so they are sent on, says Henrik Brix.
In connection with the shooting on Amagerbrogade sealed-off police the nearby Holmbladsgade.
- We must have it examined with our dogs, and it distracts them, if there are people, so therefore there is blocked. It is to examine whether the errant projectiles have ended up out there, " says Henrik Brix from the Copenhagen Police.
Extra Magazine follows the case.