Mystery and horror hung like a heavy quilt over the 163 holiday homes in Arrild holiday Village of Toftlund in southern Jutland, after two elderly German nationals were found dead on Wednesday by the 17-time in one of the houses. The police estimate that there is talk about 'suspicious deaths' and the investigator, therefore, the matter meticulously and in a way, then it can be determined why and how the two died at the same time and place.
the Extra Magazine issued Thursday, the German woman, who called 112 the day before and was still shaken over the matter, nearly 24 hours after his emergency calls.
- We live quite close, and when I had gone past the residence with the two died some times with several hour intervals, I wondered, that the patio door and the windows were to remain open wide open, tells the 73-year-old German woman, who do not want to get his name mentioned or to let themselves be photographed.
on Wednesday afternoon was my astonishment so great that I went a bit into the ground in front of the house and shouted the residents, but no one answered. Since I could see the two lifeless figures inside the house, and I called immediately to the police.
- It was quite creepy, and it has not been improved by the fact that the two people appeared to be dead. I have it, of course, bad with, say, the 73-year-old reviewer, visiting Arrild holiday Resort together with her husband for the second time.
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She and the man had not known the dead, and the woman ends friendly, but certainly the interview with Extra Magazine by saying that she does not want to tell more about his shocking experience.
the Words flowing are not exactly out of the press spokesman Helle Lundberg, south and South - Sønderlyllands Police.
- It is generally the case that when we find people dead, as no one had expected to be dead, and when we find the dead under the circumstances, where we cannot immediately determine why they are dead, so it is routine that the police perform an investigation of the scene of the crime, explains Helle Lundberg to Ekstra Bladet.
South Jutland Police have on Wednesday nights and Thursdays through been massively present at Arrild Ferieby - on the one hand with the engineers, and partly with hundepatruljer, who have studied the area around the holiday home. There is a newer vacation home, located on the Gånsagervej in the outskirts of the village, traditionally home to many German guests.
on Thursday evening, had the German police has not yet reported back to their Danish colleagues, at the South - Jutland Police, to the relatives of the dead are notified. It is the reason that the cards are held close to the body of the Danish police, as neither want to disclose gender, age, where the dead are from in Germany or give more information about their background and design in Denmark.
- There are several unanswered questions - including the police - and obviously, we will not have, that the relatives of the deceased would eventually be able to read about their loved ones death in a Danish media, says Helle Lundberg.
A politistrimmel to prevent the curious from going near the residence and a red, German registered Dacia in the driveway is now the only visible sign out from that in the usually so idyllic and quiet village have been two suspicious deaths.
- We will send out a press release, as soon as we are able to inform further on the case, said Helle Lundberg.
It had Thursday not been possible to get a comment from the Sun and Beach home rental island of Romo, which stands for the rental of the accommodation in Arrild.