Murder investigation underway near Aalborg

Gruesome scene greeted officers at farm in north Jutland

UPDATE 13:14 –

Police discovered that the occupants of the house, a 64-year-old man, his 54-year-old man and their 22-year-old son were found dead. Police confirmed that the case was a homicide. All of the victims had been stabbed to death.

The family’s 19-year-old-son turned himself in as the murderer and was taken into custody without incident.

A neighbour, Peter Mortensen, said that others living in the area were deeply shocked by the incident.

“I cannot believe it,” Mortensen told TV2 News. “Such a stable and good family that has always lived a quiet and normal life, he says.

Police are using dogs to search a farm north of Aalborg this morning. Three people were found dead at the farm, and police are investigating the deaths as a murder.

“The road is blocked in both directions at the country estate, which is hidden behind many trees,” a witness told Ekstra Bladet.

Forensic teams are on the scene, but police are not releasing any information at this time.

READ MORE: 58-year-old beaten to death in north Jutland

The original call that three people had been found dead at the farmhouse came in at 2:50 this morning. No information has been released about the victims.





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