US News Police find no trace of missing journalist on sunken submarine

16:40  13 august  2017
16:40  13 august  2017 Source:   Press Association

Denmark submarine case woman’s family ‘fear the worst’

  Denmark submarine case woman’s family ‘fear the worst’ Kim Wall has not been seen since the submarine UC3 Nautilus sank last week.The parents and brother of 30-year-old Kim Wall said “there is nothing we wish more” than to have her back alive, but added that the chances of this are “extremely small”.

Danish police said there was no trace of a missing Swedish journalist inside an amateur-built submarine that sunk off the Nordic country’s eastern coast last week. Copenhagen police spokesman Jens Moller Jensen said investigators uncovered no trace of 30-year-old freelance journalist

Danish police said there was no trace of a missing Swedish journalist inside an amateur-built submarine that sunk off the Nordic country's eastern coast last week. Copenhagen police spokesman Jens Moller Jensen said investigators uncovered no trace of 30-year-old freelance journalist

Swedish journalist Kim Wall. (Tom Wall/AP) © Provided by The Press Association Swedish journalist Kim Wall. (Tom Wall/AP) (AP) © Provided by The Press Association (AP)

Danish police said there was no trace of a missing Swedish journalist inside an amateur-built submarine that sunk off the Nordic country’s eastern coast last week.

Copenhagen police spokesman Jens Moller Jensen said investigators uncovered no trace of 30-year-old freelance journalist Kim Wall in the UC3 Nautilus sub, which was raised and transported for investigation on Saturday.

Police will now continue to search for Wall in the waters near the island in Copenhagen’s harbour where the sub’s owner Peter Madsen allegedly dropped her off late Thursday.

Madsen made a last-minute escape from the sinking sub and has denied any responsibility for the fate of Wall. He was arrested on Friday on preliminary manslaughter charges.

Mr Moller Jensen said there are indications that the Danish inventor deliberately sank his submarine.

Thieves steal 20 tons of Nutella and chocolate .
German police have warned anyone with a sweet tooth who may be offered large quantities of chocolate to report it after thieves made off with 20 tons of Nutella and other treats in a stolen lorry trailer. The missing cargo, worth between €50,000 and €70,000 (£45k-£64k), also included Kinder Surprise eggs and Valparaiso chocolate fruit pearls."Anyone offered large quantities of chocolate via unconventional channels should report it to the police immediately," police said in a statement to German newspaper Deutsche Welle.

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