VG: The man accused in connection with the explosion in Gothenburg lived in Norway for several years

Gothenburg explosionPhoto: BJØRN LARSSON ROSVALL / TT / NTB

The man in his 50s who has been charged after the explosion in Gothenburg lived in Norway around the turn of the millennium, the newspaper VG reports. The search for the man is still ongoing in Sweden.

The accused worked on oil transport in Norway, the newspaper Expressen writes. And according to the newspaper Aftonbladet, who talked to a friend of the man, he also trained as a shipbroker in Norway.

The man lived in Norway for several years around the year 2000, according to VG. The newspaper spoke to a source who knew the wanted man during this period. He described him as “a lone wolf.”

An explosion took place last week in a block of flats in Annedal, in central Gothenburg. The accused was also a resident of the block, according to Swedish media. 

Police are still working extensively on the investigation but say they have no other suspects in the case.

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

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