Mystery over Copenhagen Airport arrests

Unknown individuals kept in solitary confinement
Mystery surrounds the arrest of two men at Copenhagen Airport at Easter as police refuse to answer questions about the case, DR reports.
A judge in Frederiksberg is keeping the two men, aged 23 and 32, in custody until April 21. Police have declined to comment on the case and on whether there is any link to the recent bombings in Brussels.
The two men, along with a possible third man, were arrested on the Wednesday after the bombings. A closed preliminary hearing occurred that afternoon. They remain in solitary confinement to stop them from fleeing the country.
“There is no comment on the matter at this time,” special prosecutor Jakob Buch-Jepsen commented.
Copenhagen Post / DR

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