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Security police fears terror on Flytoget

USUNT: Mange av Flytogets ansatte sitter stille hele dagen. I tillegg spiser de ofte usunn mat noe som gjør dem trøtte og slappe.
USUNT: Mange av Flytogets ansatte sitter stille hele dagen. I tillegg spiser de ofte usunn mat noe som gjør dem trøtte og slappe. (Scanpix)
The Norwegian Police Security Service (PST) fears terror attacks on Flytoget, the Airport Express Train, after suspicious men were observed photographing.

Several suspicious men of «Iranian-Iraqi appearance» were observed as they photographed and filmed the opening of the tunnel Romeriksporten and the underframe of one of the trains, stated Jørn Holme, head of PST, at a national security conference at Sola Tuesday.

According to Norwegian paper VG, the suspicious men were observed by the opening of the tunnel and at a train at the airport in end of April of this year.

«The suspicious men were observed April 27 and 29,» Holme said. «They had to climb over a fence in order to get down to the track to check the underframe of the train. The other persons were observed at the tunnel opening.»

PST could not inform whether or not these were people with residence in Norway or if they were arrested and questioned.

Holme stressed that the actions in themselves are not a legal offence and that they may be «completely trustworthy.» But Holme said that the actions raise suspicion and stressed how important it is to check such incidents.

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