Yesterday’s findings at Langvannet do not originate from a human. The police inform Dagbladet.
Langvannet is located just off Sloraveien 4, where Anne-Elisabeth Hagen disappeared on 31 October 2018.
– The material that was found at Langvannet yesterday turns out to come from a wig, writes police inspector Gjermund Hanssen in an e-mail to Dagbladet.
There is currently no known connection to the Lørenskog case, Hanssen adds. The police still appreciate that tips are still coming into the case.
– The police are generally still interested in information and tips from the public, and we are therefore pleased that we were notified of this finding yesterday, Hanssen states.
It was Wednesday morning that the newspaper Romerikes Blad’s photographer, Vidar Sandnes, made the discovery at Langvannet.
– I do not know what it was, but the thought that it was human hair struck me, Sandnes told RB.
Police confirmed on Wednesday that they started investigations after the discovery of what was described as unidentified material.
– On the basis of the report, the police initiate security, and further investigations of the material. It is currently too early to say anything more about what the material is, and whether the discovery can be linked to Anne-Elisabeth Hagen’s disappearance, said police inspector Hanssen on Wednesday night.