A man was stabbed with a knife in Bergen on Saturday night. Two other persons were also involved in the incident and received minor injuries and the police thinks that there also was fourth person present, who got stabbed as well.
– The injuries to those we have arrested, do not match the blood traces on the site, operation leader Hans Erik Thue in Western Police District said to the local newspaper BergensAvisen.
Police technicians have made investigations at the scene of the crime, and the police do not rule out a fourth person being involved in the incident.
– It is still too early in the investigation for us to exclude the possibility. We are talking to the people involved in order find out if this is the case, Thue elaborates to the news agency NTB at 12 pm Sunday.
At 04.13 am Saturday night that witnesses reported a fight at the train station in the center of Bergen. The police were called out after being alerted that several men were said to have attacked a person.
When the police arrived at the scene of crime, there was blood on the street. Police followed the tracks and shortly afterwars arrested a person with minor injuries in an apartment on street where the incident had taken place. Later on, two more people turned themselves in to the police. Those people also had minor injuries. None of the three arrested speaks Norwegian or English, and because of this the police, had to work on providing an interpreter on Sunday morning, which has delayed the questioning process.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today