According to police, numerous young people in the capital have embraced themselves or their self-defense to keep the blade in their person. Senior detective Jari Koski told Yle that young people live in constant fear because they believe they can be attacked violently at any time and even take their weapons to school.
As a report According to Helsingin Sanomat, minors are suspected of being involved in 16 robbery or robbery attempts with a knife only in the capital this year. The targets of the attacks are usually in the same age group as the attackers.
Police in Southwest Finland have also reported in recent weeks numerous cases of minors detonating homemade bombs throughout the area.
In Finland, increasing juvenile delinquency has been a growing concern of the authorities since last year. According to a police reportDrugs are often involved in these cases.
Source: The Nordic Page