A new site has emerged, called "Denmark is burning". It shows an updated overview of the increasing number of cars put on fire in Denmark.
It reveals that in the last 24 hours, 4 cars have been set on fire in the small country.
In the last 7 days, 41 cars have been set ablaze, and in the last 30 days, 161 cars were burned to the ground.
For the year to date, 1045 cars have been set on fire.
The site also provides a top 4 busiest car burning list for 2016, which shows that the not so Danish tradition of burning cars has become popular both south and north:
Københavns Brandvæsen - 132
Vestegnens Brandvæsen I/S - 63
Nordjyllands Beredskab - 60
Nordsjællands Brandvæsen - 47
According to the site, the mission is "to focus on crime in Denmark and especially all the car fires Denmark is ravaged by these violent times.
Inform the Danish population in an easy and clear way that is comprehensible to all.
All Danes are entitled to know what is happening in their country.
The media and the authorities in Denmark are amazingly silent and secretive.
We therefore wish to inform in a simple and straightforward manner that is comprehensible to everyone, to grasp how bad the state of the State actually is," it states.
The number of cars set on fire in Denmark is up 15% since last year, so this is a longterm ongoing problem that will only grow larger and larger.
Here is a video published by the Copenhagen police, as they seek witnesses to the crime.
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