Police and fire brigade are present at Jyske Bank’s branches in Kolding and Fredericia on Friday morning and have set up roadblocks after the bank has received a suspicious letter.
This is what Bo Gøgsig, head of operations at TrekantBrand, says to JydskeVestkysten.
Bo Gøgsig tells the newspaper that there is no danger.
– We take care of the letter and make sure that they are secured, and then they are handed over to the police afterwards and to the investigation, says the operations manager.
The letters arrive the day after four other Jyske Bank branches were sent suspicious letters. Two of the letters arrived, and Post Nord stopped the other two.
All the letters yesterday contained a harmless powder, but it has not been possible to find out whether the two letters in Kolding and Fredericia have been opened.
Jyske Bank on Jernbanegade in Kolding reported the suspicious letter at 08.42, but the branch in Fredericia came with a similar report just over half an hour later at 09.15 according to JydskeVestkysten.
Source: The Nordic Page