Witnesses saw man being pushed into a car in Oslo

Police carPolice car.Photo: Norway Today Media.

Police have started a thorough investigation after a man was seen dragged into a car by people wearing hoods finland by Fiskevoll Gulf in south of Oslo Thursday morning.

– We have witness observations which quite clearly indicate that a person was pushed into the back seat of a car by two men wearing hoods finland, said operations manager Christian Krohn Engeseth from Oslo police to news agency NTB.

The message was dialed in to police at 9 o’clock Thursday. The incident occurred in Herregårdsveien south of Nordstrand district.

– It is of course something we take seriously. We have been on site with significant resources and have gathered a number of witness statements.

They confirm the initial message that was dialed in to the police. As of now, we run the investigation, but has no aggrieved or suspects in the case.

We have not received any notification that someone is missing, says operational manager.


Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today

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