The two arrested men in the dramatic hostage relief operation for the benefit of the 24-year-old gang leader Hemin Dilshad Saleh is manufactured in grundlovsforhør today at 14 in the Court in Næstved, denmark.
With the help of one or more persons and two pistols hidden in a kageæske managed it on Tuesday afternoon, the now missing leader of the bandegrupperingen NPV to escape from a psychiatric facility in Slagelse.
Police prosecutor Skipper Pelle Falsled will covet the closed doors. He says to Ekstra Bladet that he will argue with the fact that there are still 'and possibly several' persons at large, which have played a role in the fangeflugten from Slagelse Hospital.
- I will put up the two arrested persons are in custody in four weeks. Now should I just dive into the matter, but I can already now imagine that they both will be charged with fleeing by illegal use of force, threats against public servants and for having used a firearm, says Skipper Pelle Falsled.
He says that the two men are 20 and 25 years old, and that they are both Danish nationals.
The missing surrogatfængslede arrestant Hemin Dilshad Saleh, is still on the loose after escaping from a closed psychiatric facility in Slagelse. The 24-year-old man was imprisoned in a case related to the conflict between the gang-formations NNW and Brothas in Copenhagen. Photo: Police.dk
Fangeflugtens protagonist, Henim Dilshad Saleh, is still on the loose. It succeeded the well-known figure in the Copenhagen bandemiljø to escape in connection with the fact that he was temporarily surrogatfængslet on the psychiatric ward. Here he stayed, according to the Ekstra information as a result of a mental breakdown in the attachment.
Hemin Dilshad Saleh was imprisoned in a criminal case, which has threads deep into the violent conflict between the NPV and the rival gang of Brothas.
Helle Brink, senior shop steward for the nurses in Psychiatry in the West, have submitted to the Ekstra Bladet, the 24-year-old patient got away after a kumpan had obtained access to his besøgsværelse under the pretext of wanting to enjoy a cake together with him.
In kageæsken he hid two pistols, as the two men threatened two nurses with and fired down in the room's floor. They kept the guns in toward the neck of the two women and cried out, supposedly, that they would shoot if the staff sounded the alarm.
Kim Kliver, inspector in Sydsjællands - and Lolland-Falster Police, do not want to disclose further on the hunt for the missing man.
- He must be arrested. It is our key focus right now. We have made a number of technical investigations in the case. But he reads enough also Extra Blade, so I do not wish to elaborate further, says Kim Kliver, who notes with satisfaction that the Wednesday managed to track down and arrest the two men.
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