One person was found dead after the search

The body of a man who went missing in Lintle was recovered Thursday afternoon, police said.

On Thursday, the Red Cross inspected all boats in the Agnefest Marina.
Photo: Darbjorn Witze

LinkedIn: Police have now released the name of the man who died in Rosebord.

– The name has been released and will be released in consultation with relatives, says Bernd Mushom, head of the police station in Farsund and Lingdale. Lister 24.

The deceased was named Lars Sveinung Glendrange, born 1960.

On Thursday morning, police began searching for a missing person in the Lingdall area. A thorough search was conducted in the interior of Rosfjorden. Police and members of the Red Cross were involved in the search.

At 15.14, the man was found dead, police informed Fædrelandsvennen.

– The body has been recovered this afternoon after being identified as missing. Operations Manager Tom Einar tells Kaustel Fரேtreland Svenen that the discovery was made in a limited search area in the interior of Roseford.

Relatives were informed.

The deceased was 60 years old and his family complained that he had gone missing on February 22. He was last seen on February 17 at the Agnefest ferry port in Lintle.

Kaustel says the man was taken to a hospital in Christiansand and will be examined by forensic technicians.

Began searching for the missing person

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