Three young individuals have been remanded in custody, charged with multiple assaults in early April.
This information was provided by Copenhagen Police.
On the night of April 4th, a 14-year-old boy was threatened to hand over his jacket and subsequently subjected to kicks and robbed of his phone.
A few hours later, a group of perpetrators threatened a 26-year-old man with a knife. However, they fled when the man called the police.
The following day, a 17-year-old was threatened and assaulted with punches and kicks in front of Copenhagen Central Station.
Police investigation led to the arrest of three suspects on Wednesday. The arrested individuals are respectively 16, 17, and 18 years old. Two of them were located in Aarhus, while the 16-year-old was arrested in Jelling.
The three youths were presented in a court hearing on Thursday and remanded in custody for 21 days.
The police also detained a 14-year-old boy, whose case will be handled by social authorities due to being under the criminal age of responsibility.
The three young individuals were presented in a court hearing on Thursday and remanded in custody for 21 days.