Police have arrested 17 years old and 18 years old teenagers after shootings in Vestfold and Buskerud on Friday night and Saturday night. Between 15 and 20 items were struck, said police.
– We have control of the weapons that we believe was used but there is no proof that there is link between the founded items and the two teenagers we have arrested, said operations leader Arild Ølberg from South-Eastern Police District to NRK news.
Teens arrested used their weapons to shoot several homes, cars and rubbish bins in several places in Vestfold and Buskerud.
They were arrested after the shooting in Lågendalen Saturday morning. There is a close connection between what happened in Vestfold and Southern Buskerud, written by police on Twitter.
On Saturday night the police in Vestfold announced that they had registered and investigated a total of eleven crime scenes in Svarstad and Hvittingfoss during the day. Among other things, there have been a shot into a window where some people were living there.
Early Sunday morning there were reports of shooting in the area Skollenborg in Buskerud and Drammen which police said they could not rule out a connection between the shootings.
No one is injured in connection with the shooting but police said they are looking very seriously at this. They believe the weapon used, a shotgun, and they do not think we are talking about boy dashes.
– Being careless with firearms in this way can lead to imprisonment, said operations manager Arild Ølberg in South-East police on Saturday.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today