Police: More than 100 people are working on the Oslo mass shooting case 

Grete Lien MetlidPhoto: Fredrik Hagen / NTB
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The police state that over 100 people are working on the investigation of the mass shooting and that the work will continue at that level for some time to come.

Grete Metlid, head of intelligence and investigation in the Oslo Police District, stated that 60 investigators are working on the case. In addition, several others are participating, from the intelligence, prevention, and operational departments.

“We are an organization of well over 100 people who work on this case,” Metlid said.

“There is still an extensive investigation going on… Our main focus is to determine what happened in the shooting, the circumstances related to the accused, and whether he may have had helpers,” Metlid added.

She reiterated that it is very important for the police to talk to everyone who has had contact with the accused man.

Two men were killed, and 21 people were injured in the mass shooting aimed at two nightlife locations in Oslo. 43-year-old Zaniar Matapour has been charged with murder, attempted murder, and terror. 

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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