Norway Norway - Trine Frantzen, 31, Os, 6/7 May 2004

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    Frantzen Case: Search of Øvsttun Cemetery - Norway Today
    Tips in the Trine Frantzen case – search of Øvsttun Cemetery
    The police have received previously unknown information in the Trine Frantzen case. Frantzen has been missing since 2004, presumed dead. Further searches will thus be made at the Øvsttun Cemetery in Bergen.
    “Following the forensic investigations at the Øvsttun Cemetery in Bergen on May 15th and 16th, the police have been contacted by new witnesses who have provided us with concrete observations stemming from the pertinent period in 2004. This is information that not been known to the police before,” West Police District informs.
    The information is so detailed and concrete that the police have decided to carry out additional manual searches of a specific location at the Øvsttun Cemetery.

    The searches start on Monday, June 3rd at 9 am and end no later than Tuesday, June 4th at 3 pm.

    Norway police re-open investigation over woman who disappeared in 2004
    Police in Hordaland county are set to conduct new investigations into the disappearance of a 32-year-old woman in 2004 after receiving a new tip-off.
    Trine Frantzen has not been seen since disappearing from her home in the town of Os near Bergen in May 2004.
    Police are now set to open new investigations, reports newspaper Dagbladet.

    The Trine Frantzen case on Wikipedia: Trine Frantzen-saken – Wikipedia (Norwegian)
     
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