Norway asks for help to get rid of these guys

 
Norway asks for help to get rid of these guys
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If you know or recognise any of these men, please contact Norway ASAP. Regards, the police.

The eight men in the picture above are convicted of several cases of serious crimes such as robbery, theft, violence and drug offences. They are expelled from Norway for life. Yet they can not be sent out of Norway.

The problem is namely that the police have no idea who they are, reports Nettavisen.

- It is very time consuming for the police. These people refuse to say who they are and do not have any documents. Although they are expelled, we have no country to escort them to. We depend on a proper identity to contact their country's authorities. But it is a complex task to find out who they are. There are many reasons to why it is important to know who lives in Norway, says Håvard Johnsen Bekk, head of the identification department of the Police Immigration Service (PU).

Several of the eight claim to be from North Africa, but police have failed to find out who they are.

Therefore police wanted to publish their pictures, hoping to get tips that can help them in their efforts to find out who they are, in order to get rid of them.

According to PU, there are about 90 convicted North Africans in Norway who has been expelled, but police have no certain ID on them, and thus do not know to which country to send them.

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