”That thing looks like, we have every reason to believe that we have to do with criminals with large capacity for both violence and planning,” said polisdistriktet Østs prosecutor Andreas Lund. He confirms to VG that the statement is true, but neither he nor the police investigating authority Tommy Brøske want to comment on the investigation in detail with reference to the ”assessment of the threat level against members of the family”.
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from Anne-Elisabeth Falkevik Hagen was was at 09.14 on 31 October, where she spoke on the telephone with a member of the family. When her husband, Tom Hagen, at 13.30 pm to the home in the Fjellhammar outside Oslo, he contacted the police a half hour later when he found a threatening letter written in bad Norwegian.
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The suspected kidnappers demanded a nine million – approximately 92 million Swedish kronor – in kryptovalutan Up. Another requirement was that the police would not be mixed into why it took until the 9 January, before the police are called to the press conference on the matter. Hagens is elkoncernen Power founder and majority shareholder.