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Police looking for women with dog: "What she saw is important"

Two people were arrested and detained following a police operation on the E22 in Kristianstad.
The police are now looking for a woman who may have witnessed the crime that the duo is suspected of.
Kristianstad • Publicerad 17 november 2022
Polis
PolisFoto: Tommy Svensson, TT

- What she saw may be very important, says Karl Knutsen-Öy, on-call investigator with the police.

On Tuesday afternoon there was an attempted theft on Söder in Kristianstad. According to police information, someone had broken into a car that was parked on Arenavägen, near the football arena and the fire station.

The police were alerted to the crime and after searching for a while, the police found a car, which was stopped on the E22 by Vilan. A man and a woman were arrested at the scene and taken to the police station where they were detained. They are suspected of attempting to steal a catalytic converter.

The police are now investigating the case and mapping the course of events. A woman may be a key witness in these efforts.

The woman has been witness to the suspected crime and spoken to another person, a man, who thereby is also witness to the incident.

Polishuset i Kristianstad.
Polishuset i Kristianstad.Foto: Tommy Svensson

- According to the information we’ve received, this woman has seen something when the crime began. She gets in touch with a man, who becomes witness number two. It was her observations that led witness number two to start looking, says Karl Knutsen-Öy, on-call investigator with the police.

The woman had already left the scene when the police patrol arrived at the scene. She is described as being somewhere between 50 and 60 years old. At the time, she was out walking a dog.

The police want to get in touch with the woman to share what she saw.

- What she saw may be very important. We hope that someone recognises themselves through the description and contacts the crime hotline in Kristianstad, via the police switchboard number 114 14, says Karl Knutsen-Öy.

- It may be that someone else has seen something. In which case, we ask that person to get in touch as well.

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