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No suspects for arson at Åstringagården

At the weekend parts of Åstringagården in Knislinge were burned to the ground. The police are treating the case as arson, but as yet they have no suspects.
Knislinge • Publicerad 31 augusti 2021 • Uppdaterad 31 augusti 2021
An annexe burned down, the older parts from the 17th century were undamaged.
An annexe burned down, the older parts from the 17th century were undamaged.
Foto: Simon Rehnström

In the early hours of Sunday morning parts of Åstringegården were burned to the ground. So far it is unknown how the fire started, but the police are treating the case as arson.

So far the police have not had any tips or observations that could lead them to any suspect or suspects. No clues have so far been found at the building that was destroyed by fire.

”At the moment we are waiting for the results of the police investigation”
Jan Carlson, head of culture and leisure in the municipality
On Monday the police are believed to have carried out a technical investigation
On Monday the police are believed to have carried out a technical investigation
Foto: Simon Rehnström

Once the remains after the fire have cooled off the police can make a technical examination, something which is believed to have been done on Monday.

The municipality owns the building, considered to be a notable building, and the oldest property in Knislinge.

– At the moment we are waiting for the results of the police investigation to see what that brings to light. At present I don't want to speculate on what steps may be taken , says Jan Carlson, head of culture and leisure in the municipality.

– The oldest parts, from the 17th century, are still intact, thanks to a fantastic effort on the part of the emergency services, says Carlson.

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