Police warn people to be wary of fake festival in Trondheim

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An online festival called “Sky Music Festival” has been announced in Trondheim. The festival is fake, the police say.

The festival was to be held in the Archbishop’s Court from August 12 to 14. In a press release, the police in Trøndelag write that the festival is not being organized.

The police ask that those who may have bought tickets for the event get in touch online via the police’s website or contact the nearest police station.

“We are not aware of how many tickets have been sold for the fictitious festival, but if there is someone who has bought a ticket, we encourage them to report it,” police attorney Christian Spets told the newspaper Dagbladet.

The festival has also created a separate website where the artists who will allegedly perform are presented.

“At first glance, it may look professional, but if you look into the website a bit more, you quickly realize that this is not true,” Spets added.

He also noted that they have one suspect in the case. The person has not yet been arrested but is known to the police.

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

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