Tourist bus goes missing in Denmark

There is a very minor possibility the crime may be terror-related
Police in Copenhagen are asking the public to help find a missing Belgian tourist bus stolen late on Tuesday or early Wednesday.
The theft looks ordinary, the police say, but there is a very minor possibility that the crime may be terror-related given recent events in Europe.
“We ask anyone who has seen the bus in question to contact the Copenhagen Police as soon as possible. We will send out a tweet when the bus has been found,” the police wrote.
The bus is believed to be somewhere in the Copenhagen region or somewhere else on Zealand.
The bus, which has distinctive drawings on its sides by a Flemish artist, was locked and the driver had the only set of keys when it was stolen. It has the Belgian licence plate 1-DIA-309, and the number to call is 114.
Copenhagen Post


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