Missing Swedish journalist not found in sunken submarine
The Swedish journalist who went missing hit after the sinking of a submarine off the coast near Copenhagen, is missing after a search of the vessel is still any trace.
Although there is no one in the submarine is found, treats the Danish police, the case is still considered a possible crime. In addition, it seems that the boat intentionally sunk, it is brought.
Captain Peter Madsen was on Saturday arrested on suspicion of murder or manslaughter. He has all the allegations denied. Madsen says the Swedish Thursday night shows to have been deposited on a small island in the harbor of the Danish capital.
The eighteen-meter-long boat UC3 Nautilus sank Friday morning. After a notification of the accident rescue crews with two helicopters, three marineboten and a number of privévaartuigen went looking for him. The captain was by the navy rescued, but the Swedish woman was not found. Attempts to work with the woman to get in touch have, as yet, yielded nothing.
The submarine is Saturday from the seven-meter-deep water lifted. Sunday is the vessel searched.