Police questioned the person signing the knife blade in a cabin on the night of Bergen until Monday. A man was sent to the hospital with possible sting lesions.
Police and ambulances moved to an address in Bergen, following a message that a person with a knife could collect a knife after midnight. At that time, the police found a lonely man intentionally with the injuries he claimed to be caused by the use of a knife. The man was taken to the Haukeland University Hospital.
Dag Olav Sætre, Operations Manager at the Western Police District, told NTB 2.15 that “For example, we are working on a theory that we gathered with a knife and that we look at the addresses of possible perpetrators, Batı he said.
Half an hour later, the police did not arrest anyone or found the toes that had been used. According to the police, the injured person must have lived in a cabin that is located at a distance which is a bit far from the beaten track.
"Of course we are looking for possible weapons. We provide the traces of the scene and we are questioning the detector. It was a very vague message that a person informed about the health service" someone who was probably a knife ". He says we have to question them.
The police had no knowledge of the degree of personal injury, but found that there were no life-threatening injuries.