Friday, January 28

Son and parents were attacked on Tolga

Assistance lawyer Helge Hartz confirms that the two other people involved in the violence on Tolga were the abducted 20-year-old’s parents.

Police are investigating an incident of violence and possible kidnapping on Tolga. Photo: Annika Byrde / NTB

The three were attacked by several perpetrators on Sunday, according to police. The 20-year-old was missing after the violent incident, but recovered after reporting to relatives on Monday night.

The family’s assistance lawyer, Helge Hartz, says TV 2 that the whole family is strongly affected by the incident.

– I have talked to them today, and they have also explained themselves to the police. They were present during the current episode, he says.

He will not comment on whether the parents were subjected to violence.

– Much more serious

The police in the Interior write in a press release that the case is being investigated with full force. They are investigating the case as a kidnapping.

The 20-year-old has been supervised by the health service after he recovered. He has explained the incident to the police, but has not given any formal questioning. According to Hartz, he is fine according to the conditions, but the incident has been a great strain for the whole family.

– This is a much more serious case than what has emerged, Hartz says The online newspaper.

The assistance lawyer states that they will meet later Monday and continue the talks. The parents have also been on a health check, but came out of it without major injuries.

Looking for two

No one has so far been arrested or charged in the case. Police attorney Vibeke Stolp Ekeland tells Nettavisen that they are looking for two people.

– We are still looking for at least two perpetrators. We do not want to say anything more about who or how many we are looking for for the sake of the investigation, says Ekeland.

To TV 2, she informs that the police have an idea of ​​where the 20-year-old has been, but will not go into detail on this.

Neither Ekeland nor Hartz have responded to NTB’s inquiries.

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