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Confusion over Sigrid’s Facebook account, police release photos. As the hunt for missing Sigrid Giskegjerde Schjetne continues, police and Facebook are in disagreement over access to her account. Officers allege they are still waiting for the password and username, but Facebook Nordic spokesperson Jan Fredriksson says they gave police the information they asked for within a maximum of 30 minutes, reports NRK. According to him, the company will turn over any additional data to police upon request. Picture one, SigridNorwegian policeMeanwhile, at a press conference today at the police headquarters in Grønland, Oslo, officers confirmed that they are still searching.

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Confusion over Sigrid’s Facebook account, police release photos

Published on Thursday, 9th August, 2012 at 20:20 under the news category, by Sarah Pettersen.
Last Updated on 9th August 2012 at 20:44.

As the hunt for missing Sigrid Giskegjerde Schjetne continues, police and Facebook are in disagreement over access to her account.

Police Inspector Hanne Kristin Rohde
Police Inspector Hanne Kristin Rohde
Photo: ©2012 Sarah Pettersen/The Foreigner


Officers allege they are still waiting for the password and username, but Facebook Nordic spokesperson Jan Fredriksson says they gave police the information they asked for within a maximum of 30 minutes, reports NRK. According to him, the company will turn over any additional data to police upon request.

Picture one, Sigrid
Picture one, Sigrid
Norwegian police
Meanwhile, at a press conference today at the police headquarters in Grønland, Oslo, officers confirmed that they are still searching.

The route that Sigrid walked that night from her friend’s house to her home was a known route that she had walked before, the police official told The Foreigner.

Inspector Rohde added that they are keen to hear from "any adult or youngster that went to party near the area of Låvevien and Dalbergveien", that may have seen something on the evening of Saturday August 4. 

She confirmed that police had received reports of a scream or shout heard around the time Sigrid is believed to have gone missing from the area, “but some have said that they didn't hear these" This is why the police are now appealing for this information. 

Sigrid second picture
Sigrid second picture
Norwegian police
"The public are often the key. If you have seen something that you maybe think isn't important, it may be," said Rohde.
Moreover, officers are interested in the car that was parked on Låveveien, confirming that they have still not heard from the owner of the car. 

She added that there are three cars the police wish to include as part of their investigations. They have spoken with the owner of one car but they are keen to hear from the owners of the other two.

One car has been confirmed today as silver-grey VW Golf. The other car is that which has been mentioned since the start of this investigation, which was the one parked near the kindergarten with its lights on.

Third picture of Sigrid
Third picture of Sigrid
Norwegian police
Police have received 800 tips in total and PST is helping them in the investigation, with regards to many things including social media.

Officers have released the three photos of Sigrid from 19.45 on August 4 seen here to show what she was wearing that day, with specific reference to the blue hooded jumper she had on. 

Rohde stressed that the police have "an enormous amount of information to go through."




Published on Thursday, 9th August, 2012 at 20:20 under the news category, by Sarah Pettersen.
Last updated on 9th August 2012 at 20:44.

This post has the following tags: sigridgiskegjerdeschjetne, missingosloteenager, norwaypolice.





  
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