Denmark: Police urge public to share information on latest explosion in Copenhagen

Danish police have urged the public to come forward with any information that may assist the investigation following an explosion near a police station in Copenhagen early on Saturday. «We have asked a lot of investigators to work today and they will be ready to take your call, and make contact with those who might have seen something,» said Chief Police Inspector Jorgen Skov during a press... Еще conference. According to Skov, investigators were ready to «collect CCTV footage, ring doorbells and ask people if they had seen anything.» Skov said that the main focus of the investigation was to get a description of the suspect, a man seen close to the scene prior to the explosion, and to relay the information to the press as fast as possible. Police and other security forces were patrolling the blast site as the area remained cordoned off. One local resident recalled hearing the sound of the explosion during the night. «I woke up because of a big explosion... I wondered if it was a bomb or something like that,” he said. Nobody was injured in the blast, which occurred close to the mobile police station in the Norrebro district, just outside the Danish capital's city centre. The explosion follows a blast outside the Tax Agency office in the Danish capital on Tuesday, which injured one person.

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