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House fire in Allévägen in Sandviken

A police technician who has worked at the fire site in Allévägen in Sandviken since December 25 finished his work today at 12:00

Police technicians worked extensively to search for the family’s missing bodies and to find answers to what might have caused the fire at Allévägen in Sandviken.

On Thursday, December 30, after the fire site had thawed for about a day, technicians found four bodies in the blaze. All indications are that the bodies are after a missing family.

Over the New Year’s weekend, police in Sweden, supported by police in Germany, Switzerland and the Philippines, sent out notifications to relatives that four people had been found in the fire.

The bodies were taken to forensic medicine in Uppsala for identification. The identification of corpses is done with the help of dental cards and DNA from relatives.
It has not been established how long forensic scientists need before their work is fully completed. It usually takes about a month.

Police technicians have a picture of the path of the fire and where the fire started. A statement about the fire will be ready from the police within one to two months.

There is no doubt that behind the fire a crime.

Michael Hedstrom
Central Region Press Spokesperson

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