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In the controversial case of a damaged sand dune in utah looking for North jutland Police are now witnesses who may have seen a shovel attachments or a similar vehicle in the area around It between 03 and 06 on the night of Saturday. It writes in a press release.
the Police report that the vehicle, the police are interested in, may have been transported on a flatbed truck.
- Have you any information to us, then you must immediately call on the 114 – we are ready by the phones, says the head of the investigation, vicepolitiinspektør John Lamp Henriksen.
on the Night between Friday and Saturday, capped the unknown perpetrators in an otherwise protected dune on the Sønderstrand in Skagen. It has aroused huge anger and indignation throughout the city, as the dune was preserved.
the City's mayor, Birgit S. Hansen (P), guess that the anger and the indignation, which she brands from both skagboer and people from the rest of the country, due to the offender's lack of respect for nature.
- I think it's about an inherited respect for our coasts and fredninger as well as so many memories and stories that are attached to the Sønderstrand beach and Vippefyret, she explains.
Minister for the environment Lea Wermelin, from the Social democrats considers the matter deeply unacceptable.
- It is important that we take a sharp distance from it, and I can only urge anyone with information to contact the police. I'm really glad that you acted quickly from the municipality and have reviewed it with the same, says Lea Wermelin for TV2.
the Vandalism a took place at the famous black vippefyr, where approximately 2,000 square feet of the dune area is peeled off. The motive for the crime remains unclear.