Since Saturday afternoon, the police have worked tirelessly and with great strength to find 13-year-old Filippa, who disappeared on Saturday while she was handing out newspapers in Kirkerup between Sørbymagle and Fuglebjerg in West Zealand.
Helicopters, drones, several dogs and many police officers have been looking for the girl and the police state that they have received up to 600 inquiries from citizens who have had video recordings or have reported information that the police investigators are investigating.
-“We look at the matter with the utmost seriousness. We are actually very worried about Filippa, and are now working on the theory that a criminal act has been committed. We spent the night searching the area with more than 20 dogs and a large number of investigators and officers in general. We have already reviewed a large number of inquiries and a large amount of video material, in order to, among other things, charting Filippa’s journey up to her disappearance. In addition, our investigators work with witness statements, the technical traces and a general broad investigation”, says police inspector Kim Kliver.
The police are still interested in information about Filippa’s disappearance. Even small details can be important, so don’t hesitate to call the police on phone 114 if you think you have information the police can use.