Police are still searching for Stig Millehaugen, 53, who is charged with double murder. On Thursday afternoon, a man was arrested and charged with aiding and abetting.
Viji was informed that the person was arrested around 4 pm.
One person has been arrested, but he will be released. He was arrested and charged with aiding and abetting, said Trudeau Bouns, a police inspector in the Oslo police district.
According to VG, there is a close connection between Millehaugen and the arrested person.
Millehaugen He has been wanted since He did not return after a six-hour break from Trondheim prison on Wednesday.
Immediately the police sounded the national alarm. Over the next few hours, the search for the 53-year-old detainee intensified.
On Thursday, police launched a series of operations in connection with the search.
– We have a number of activities and do not want to confirm anything specific right now, Oslo Police District Inspector Trudeau Maran Fuance told VG before 10pm on Thursday.
Millehaugen has been in prison for the rest of his adult life After being convicted of car theft, burglary and armed robbery.
In 2012, he was sentenced to 21 years in prison, Young Guns leader Mohammed “Jedi” Javed’s most severe punishment by law for premeditated murder. The minimum term was fixed at ten years. He has always denied criminal guilt.
He has been in Trondheim prison for the past ten years.
Investigations so far indicate that Millehaugen boarded a flight from Værnes Airport to Oslo Airport around 12 a.m. Wednesday. Wednesday night as described by VG, Police said the plane was also taken to Oslo Central Station.
Yesterday morning, police conducted a search A major police operation in Winterbro.
Millehaugen is wanted internationally by Interpol. The Organization for International Cooperation for International Cooperation (IOCD) provides a detailed explanation of Millehauhan’s appearance and what he is guilty of.
According to Judgment of 2002 Millehaugen has escaped at least three times before.
- Millehaugan escaped from the Berg County Jail in July 1992, where he was convicted of aggravated robbery.
- When he was taken into custody for these new robberies, he escaped from the Surbsburg prison in December 1992.
- In October 2000, he did not take leave at Ullersmo National Prison and escaped with his girlfriend. He was first arrested in June 2001.
Read more about Millehaugen escapes here.
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