the Police were massively present at the Lyngby Lake on Monday, after a man was found dead.
It confirms the north Zealand Police to Ekstra Bladet.
the Man was found dead in the northern end of the lake, where the police were present in connection with some tracks in a pending case.
- We have wanted Bent since the 5. december, who departed. Today we found new traces and found a lifeless man in the north side of the lake. There are indicators that it may be him, but he is not identified yet, said vagtchef by north Zealand Police Jan Hedager in the first place.
Shortly after sent The Police a press release, stating that it was the 81-year-old Bent was found.
He has been missing since 5. december, where he went from his home in Lyngby. No one has neither seen nor heard from him since.
the Police were present with both hundepatrulje and a boat, and since the area is swampy, it was the boat that found the man.
- The exact cause of death has not yet been established, but there are according to the north Zealand Police is not anything suspicious at the time of death, inform The Police and continues:
The family has been informed, and The Police would like to thank the citizens who have come with information in connection with the search.
The Police have on several occasions been looking for the 81-year-old, like several volunteers, including the organization Missing People, have been looking for him.
Bent was called for in the larger Danish media across the country. Photo: North Zealand Police.
- It was just a tip from the Missing People, who had found one of the was objects, which led to the search in the course of the day on Monday was intensified near the northern part of Lyngby Sø, where the missing then was found dead, writes Zealand Police.