It was in the 1730s, the Oppland Workers' magazine tips suggest that the police acted against Coffin Cheaters in Bybrua. A number of police officers and police dogs were observed on the spot.
Operations Manager Pål Andersen at the Inland Police District announces at 9 pm that the police have carried out a number of attacks.
There are seized bulls that probably come from a cabin in Vingrom and there are drugs found.
"No one has been arrested in connection with the theft, but a man in the 1940s has been arrested for drug discovery," Andersen says.
What substance and quantity, Andersen can not announce on Tuesday evening.
The man in the 40's is in the arrest at Hamar.
Andersen reports that the search for the terrain for Coffin Cheaters went well.
"It was quiet and calm, who were cooperative on the spot, Andersen says.
Given theft from the cottage
The reason for the search was a review police that was received on Tuesday by theft from a cabin in Vingrom. A number of objects and fixtures must have been stolen from the cabin.
– Most of the furniture must be stolen. We do not have a complete overview, says Andersen.
Among other things, the kitchen interior will be discussed and various items can be found in the premises of Coffin Cheaters.
OA & # 39; s photographer on the spot revealed in the 18th century that the cabinets were executed.
A man in the 1930s is suspected in the case. According to Andersen, the man was arrested by the police on the ground.
"The man is a tenant in the cabin," says Andersen.
The man must have a registered address in Odnesvegen where the MC-club is located.
– Has the man been convicted before?
– No comment, says Andersen.
Seen as a criminal
It is not the first time that the police are investigating the Coffin Cheaters building. OA wrote in 2014 about a search after two men were charged for the purchase and use of drugs. The two men were members of the MC club. At that time the police found nothing interesting in the case in the building.
According to Wikipedia, Coffin Cheaters MC is a motorcycle club originally created in Australia. The club presents itself as a 1 percent club, which means that 99 percent of all MC drivers must be law-abiding. They have six offices in Norway.