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the Police received a message from several witnesses who had heard shots in the Observatorie terrasse in half ten times.

– People in a car fired shots at another car. Both cars drove from the place, and now we have many patrols out looking for them, ” says operasjonsleder Vidar Pedersen.

A neighbor says to NRK that he heard arguing outside the apartment just before noon. 10 Thursday morning. A short time later the police out and blocked off the road.

Roy Hågensen heard suddenly two shots and saw two cars that drove off.

Photo: Heidi Fjørtoft Klokk / Heidi Fjørtoft Klokk

I saw not so much, but heard a bit of screaming and screeching. So narrow it two times, it squealed the tires and the two cars drove off, ” says witness Roy Hågensen.

He tells that it usually is a fairly quiet area, so he is surprised that there suddenly happened something like this.

– because of The korona, is the nursery, which is right around the corner here closed, so it is the good, ” he says.

‘ve found the one the car

– This is a very serious type of crime that we are putting in resources to get cleared up, ” says innsatsleder, Sven, Norway.

He says that both more patrols and a helicopter participate in the search for the suspects. One of the cars is found in the Trelastgata, right next to Oslo S.

The one car was found in Trelastgata.

Photo: Heidi Fjørtoft Klokk / NRK

the Police have as yet no suspicions about who is behind the shooting.

– We see this as a single event, and there is no reason to believe that the rest of the population in Oslo need to be afraid.

Pedersen adds that the police have got interesting information that makes him believe the case to be cleared quickly.

– We have good hope to get to the bottom of this fairly quickly, and we don’t look away from, so that we will have the name on the block in the course of the day.

Police have not yet received any notice of the injured persons, but does not rule out that there is someone who is injured in the cars.

Photo: Heidi Fjørtoft Klokk / NRK