Abuse case with 74 aggrieved investigated

Police, TromsøyaTromsø.Police. Photo: Jan-Morten Bjørnbakk / NTB scanpix

Police in Oslo have finished the investigation of a large abuse case with all 74 aggrieved. A man in his 20s has admitted guilt for the bulk of what he has been charged with.

The matter has now been submitted to the public prosecutor with a proposed indictment, said police in Troms on Friday.
The main hearing in Nord-Troms District Court has been pre-scheduled for 6th February 2017. The court has a preliminary setting of six weeks.
A man in his 20s has been charged with having tricked children he came into contact with into taking nude photos and videos of themselves. The man used Facebook to pose as a 15 year old girl.
The man has been in custody since March. The youngest children he came into contact with, were twelve years old. He has also been accused of physical abuse of children.
According to police, he admitted guilt for large parts of the indictment, and so far they have uncovered possible victims in Nordland, Troms and in eastern Norway.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today