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– Now that there are fewer people travelling there, it is easier for those who engaged in crimes for profit to operate freely. It is my explanation, ” says operasjonsleder Vidar Arnesen in the Agder police station.

construction sites, bikes, closed shops and empty schools are susceptible.

– We do not want to create fear. But now that there are fewer people out, it is also easier for the criminals to be able to “work” unnoticed.

Broke into the hospital and smashed the front door in a rage,

Earlier this week asked justispolitisk spokesperson Petter Eide in A police to reprioritize tasks and duties under the koronakrisen.

” We expect new crime in the wake of the epidemic such as increased domestic violence, more abuse and voldssaker, increased for profit, burglary in the closed shops. It means increased task for the police, at the same time as the police gets reduced capacity, he said to Aftenposten.

Police in Agder follow the development closely, and patrolling in vulnerable areas when they have the time for it.

There has been a lot of burglaries and thefts in shops located city centre.

at the same time as vinningskriminaliteten increases, the number of traffic accidents has gone down.

After koronatiltakene was introduced, there have been fewer collisions. There have also been fewer nuisance, ” says Arnesen.

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There are also reports of break-ins in holiday homes this week.

In the time ahead will several thousand Norwegian cabins stand empty.

– the Mafia doing everything they can to earn money on the korona

the Police in Agder patrol regularly in the cabins to check any violation of the hytteforbudet.

It is both to check that people do not violate the hytteforbudet, and to maintain the cabins.

– In most cabins, there are some that have supervision, ” says Arnesen.

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