The women found dead at Romsås buried

Alfaset kapellAlfaset kapell. Photo: Terje Pedersen / NTB scanpix

The women who were found dead at Romsås buried on Monday

The three women found dead on Romsås on October 12, were buried Monday. The cause of death is still unknown, but the police think that they died on September 11.

 

– I do not want to go into exactly why, but September 11 is a date we have landed after a holistic assessment, police officer at the violence section in the Oslo police district, Kjetil Moen says to VG.

Moen does not want to elaborate the police’s thoughts on what has happened, but the police have several theories about the cause of death, which include hunger, poisoning or illness.

The three, a 69-year-old Eritrean mother and her daughters aged 28 and 35, probably died long before they were found. According to neighbours, family and friends, the women had isolated themselves from the outside world.

The women are buried at the Alfaset Chapel.

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