A 23-year-old man was shot and killed in Christiania on Wednesday 26 October between 17:00 and 18:00.
He was apparently hit at close range on Pusherstreet, the area of freetown where cannabis is commonly sold in the open.
The victim is a well-known figure in the environment.
Suspects are Somalis
Police have released a description of the suspected shooter.
He is believed to be Somali and was wearing a windbreaker, dark sweatpants and a dark hat.
It is assumed that he escaped via the old main entrance, which is found on the corner of the corner of Prinsessegade and Baadsmandsstraede.
Three months for threatening to kill the Prime Minister
A 53-year-old man has been sentenced to three months in prison for threatening the life of Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen. Glostrup Court heard how the man got drunk on September 29 last year and went on YouTube, where he made the threat: “I want to kill Denmark’s prime minister.” In his defence, he said it was “for fun”. The man had previous convictions, including a 50-day sentence in March 2021 for saying more or less the same thing.
Children present proposals for the city harbor school
On Tuesday, 22 schoolchildren from 7th to 9th grades from schools in Husum, Christianshavn and Amager met with Copenhagen’s Mayor for Children and Youth, Jakob Næsager, and Anne Skovbro, CEO of By & Havn, to present their vision of how a future harbor school is established in Copenhagen, where children can learn about safe behavior and good manners in the maritime environment as well as biodiversity and sustainability.
Up to 5,000 illegally placed election posters in the capital
The general election is just around the corner, and the capital is full of election posters – many of which are illegal. According to the head of the capital’s Technical and Environmental Department, Jakob Hjuler Tamsmark, the municipality has already received 4,000 to 5,000 complaints about illegally placed election posters.
Famous sausage cart for sale
Harry’s Place is one of the best-known sausage stands in Denmark. Since 1965, the sausage cart has been standing firmly in the ground at a block of flats on Nordre Fasanvej just around the corner from Nørrebro Station. But now the establishment is for sale for DKK 1,850,000, with a monthly rent of DKK 12,250.
Mysterious explosion in Gladsaxe
A large part of Gladsaxe was cordoned off at the beginning of last week after the western part of the city was rocked by an explosion on Vandtårnsvej, Gladsaxe. Police are still investigating the cause of the explosion, which is not believed to have injured anyone.
Metro celebrates its 20th birthday
The metro in Copenhagen has celebrated its 20th birthday. When it first opened in 2002, it ran from Amager stations Lergravsparken and Vestamager to Nørreport. Today they make up about half of the M1 and M2, which were expanded in the following years: in the direction of Copenhagen Airport and Vanløse. Two more lines, M3 and M4, have since been added. The former, Cityringen, opened in September 2019, while the M4, which extends to Nordhavn and will soon reach Sydhavn, followed in March 2020.
Mother and child found dead in the woods
A 30-year-old woman and 11-month-old child have been found dead in Næbskoven, a forest near Præstø in southern Zealand. The police started a search for them after they found a man dead in a house on Svanevej in Præstø.
Controlled explosion in Vordingborg
The Defense Bomb Disposal Service recently carried out a controlled explosion of old chemicals near Vordingborg Gymnasium in southern Zealand. The emergency services were involved in the operation.
Source: The Nordic Page