Police Immigration Service (PU) has asked the Police Security Service (PST) for assistance after discovering disturbing material on several newly arrived asylum seekers, writes VG.
- Findings of material on asylum seekers that give cause for security concern, and we have alerted PST. More people are arriving at our premises than before, and this naturally is about a minority, but it is accelerating, and worrisome, says Chief of Police Immigration Service (PU) Kristin Kvigne, to VG.
PST confirms the case, but say they do not want to go into detail about what is revealed.
- We also see an increase in worrying information which appears in connection with the growing influx of refugees from conflict zones, says communications director of PST Trond Hugubakken.
Deputy Development Manager Morten Hojem Ervik points out that there are always someone who want to exploit the asylum system.
- For us it is important to identify these and find those who are entitled to stay. It is a time consuming process, he says.
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