Danish councilor: - Deploy the army

Danish councilor: - Deploy the army
- If the police do not have enough resources, the army must be deployed in Vollsmose.

This is the message from councilor Jane Jegind of the Odense City Council, who is fed up with immigrant crime. It comes after Postnord has been forced to temporarily halt the mail distribution in the area. Postnord's decision was made following two cases of threats against employees in the Odense district.

- Wednesday we had a burglary in one of our cars and we have an employee who was threatened verbally. And then on Friday, another employee was physically attacked and threatened. Here it was said, 'We are watching you, we know when you are coming, and we are going to keep you away,' says Michael Frølich, head of Distribution in Postnord, to DR.

- Now it's simply enough. It is Denmark we are talking about. If the police do not have sufficient resources, they may ask for special help from the armed forces. The question is if it's not time now, Jane Jegind says to Fyens Stiftstidende.

Vollsmose is an immigrant dense suburb where more than 70 percent have immigrant backgrounds, with nearly two out of three having non-western backgrounds.

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