Two teens killed in Trondheim, both from Afghanistan

The two teenagers died in a serious violence at an apartment in Trondheim on Monday night both of them were Afghans. 
The two are identified as 19-year-old Nasratullah Hashimi and 17-year-old Reza Alizada.

“- One person was quickly declared dead on the spot. The other was declared dead at the hospital, reports Anders Sunde Eidem, head of joint unit for intelligence and investigation in Trøndelag police district.”

The alleged perpetrator was shot in the leg during the arrest at Trondheim Central Station, and was transported to St. Olavs Hospital.

The man is hospitalized at St. Olavs Hospital. His condition is serious but stable. The same applies to a fourth young man who was injured during the violence event in an apartment in Prince Street. The four involved are peers and all come from Afghanistan.

The emergency services in place at the central station in Trondheim where a suspected perpetrator after gross violence was shot in the leg during the seizure. Photo: Alley, Ned / NTB scanpix

– Wide tactical and technical investigation has been initiated. We have sent detective technicians to both arbitrations, “said lawyer Eli Reberg Nessimo.

“It will be part of the investigation into the special unit. They are in the process of interrogation of the involved service personnel. Therefore, it is not right for us to comment more about that episode now, said Eidem.

The investigation continues to full. Among other things witnesses are questioned and the police ensure electronic and physical tracks. The police will provide information on the preliminary autopsy report as soon as it is available. The autopsies will take place on Tuesday.

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