Oslo police say they will be altering their search and rescue operation regarding the disappearance of Sigrid Giskegjerde Schjetne into more of an investigative one. They will not be reducing their number of officers on the case, however, and still view her as being alive.
Inspector Kristin Rohde confirmed at today’s press conference that police "have received 700 tips" altogether, and that they want to sift through the information from social media, video, telephone data and investigation material.
Officers are very keen to hear from the driver of the car that was parked on Låveveien around midnight on Sunday near to the Barnehage where Sigrid's belongings were found. This driver has not yet contacted officers.
Hanne Kristin Rohde urged anyone "who was in the area who saw the car [that was parked on Låveveien] with its lights on" to contact them.
Sigrid Giskegjerde Schjetne's sweater type
Norwegian policePolice have also released a picture of the same type of hooded sweatshirt Sigrid was wearing on her way home the evening of her disappearance.
They are asking for the public’s assistance to help chart her movements, as well as to inform them of any other observations they made in the relevant area.
Members of the public can send an email with their name and telephone number and their "tips" to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 22 66 96 00.
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