DENMARK: 33-year-old Hamid Farid Mohammed is suspected of murder, and wanted for questioning by police in Denmark. He has now been placed on Interpol's most wanted list in connection with the triple murder of his wife and two daughters of seven and nine, according to the South Jutland Police.
The three family members were killed Sunday night and put in a freezer in their apartment in Aabenraa, reports BT.
"It has not succeeded to find the 33-year-old man, but there is indications that he may have had something to do with the murders. Therefore, the South Jutland Police in a preliminary hearing in absentia got a warrant in court in Sønderborg on the imprisonment of the 33-year-old, and thus the opportunity of having him wanted internationally," police said.
"We have no specific knowledge about where the man is currently. Among others we have been informed that he can both be in Germany and Turkey, but we do not know," police said.
Hamid Farid Mohammed and his wife had not lived together for the last few months. He lived in another city in southern Jutland - but only about a dozen km from Aabenraa, so that he could still have contact with his daughters. Both parents are refugees with asylum status.
"About the cause of death, we can not say anything yet, and therefore I can neither confirm or deny that the three persons have been killed with stab wounds. It will take a day or two before the bodies can be autopsied. There are also still technical examinations to determine where the crime scene has been. So far there are many theories, and one of the assumptions could be that it has happened in the apartment, but we do not know. It's one of the things that we are investigating," says Bent Thuesen.
Note, the article picture is for illustrative purposes only, and not linked to the case.
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