The newspaper said the three suspects, who are due to be interviewed today – all men in their 20s – are suspected of three counts of assault and two counts of aggravated assault.
East Uusimaa Police Department on Monday was revealed that six security professionals are believed to have committed crimes at work in several locations in Helsinki, Vantaa and Espoo. Although the acts of violence did not follow any particular pattern, they all have in common that the guard blatantly abuses his power and humiliates and subjugates the victim.
“In suspected cases, the guards transported the people they encountered in their work to a more remote place near the train station before beating the victims and recording the act,” described. Mikko MinkkinenDetective Chief Inspector of the Eastern Uusimaa Police Department.
He urged those who have been subjected to such acts to contact the police. “It is very important for the investigation that we reach the other victims,” he stressed.
On Monday, the police listed a total of eight cases in which the guards, for example, handcuffed, pepper sprayed and hit their victims with expandable batons. Three of the incidents took place in an unknown location, three at Vantaa’s Tikkurila station, one at Vantaa’s Aviapolis and one at Helsinki’s Malminkartano station.
They took place between February 7, 2022 and December 5, 2022.
The case began to unravel after a bystander reported the assault to police, leading to a total of six arrests last weekend. It is possible that the number of suspects will increase as the investigation progresses.
All six suspects arrested by the police work as CEOs of Avarn Security By Niclas Sacklé has confirmed to Helsingin Sanomat and STT.
Aleksi Teivainen – HT
Source: The Nordic Page