Memorial is laid out at 17-year-old’s school in Sandvika

Photo: Vidar Ruud / NTB scanpix

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On Tuesday morning, a memorial was laid out for the killed 17-year-old girl who was to start at Sandvika High School next week.

Johanne Zhangjia Ihle-Hansen (17) from Eiksmarka in Bærum was found killed on Saturday. She was the step-sister of the terrorist Philip Manshaus, 21, who is also charged with the murder. The girl was to start in second grade at the school.

We do this as an offer to the students and to give them an opportunity to write a final farewell. We will then pass on the memorial to her parents, says principal Ann Hege Wilsbeck Jerve at Sandvika High School.

After the memorial was presented Tuesday morning, several students and friends of the girl were present. Mayor of Bærum, Lisbeth Hammer Krogh (H), was also present to sign.

Sandvika High School keeps its doors open every day between 9 and 15 this week. There will be counselors and nurses present. Police will also be available at the school from noon.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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