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Serious violent crime – large police effort

today at 21.54Hans Österman

A large police operation is underway in the residential area Tjärna Ängar in Borlänge.

– We are on site and investigating a serious crime of violence. One person has been taken to hospital, says police spokesperson Diana Qudhaib.

The police were alerted to the crime shortly after 8:30 p.m.

– We have a lot of resources on site and carry out investigative measures, but we do not judge that there is any danger to the public, she says.

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