The police found a large number of explosives in a residential building in Uppsala.
According to Aftonbladet data, it concerns two to three kilos of explosives and different shimmering hats in public areas in the Gottsunda area.
"It happened only by chance by the police," says Patrik Henriksson, researcher.
On Monday morning the police found a large number of explosives in a residential building in Uppsala.
According to Aftonbladet data, it concerns two to three kilos of explosives and various lighters. The objects must be found in all public areas in Gottsunda or Valsätra.
"For technical reasons, I can not tell you more than we found in a residential building in Uppsala," says Patrik Henriksson, PhD researcher at Uppsala.
The police confirm for SVT News Uppsala that "different kilograms" of explosives should have been found, but do not want to deal with the type of explosive substance.
"Clear risk that it can explode"
"Of course it is not good that there have been explosives in the public space this way, a clear risk that it could have exploded has existed," says Uppsalaapolis presidential candidate Lisa Sannervik to SVT News Uppsala.
According to SVT, the police suspect that the finding is related to organized crime.
"People who work with these kinds of things on a daily basis do not keep the resources of this character in this way", police spokeswoman Lisa Sannervik told the channel.
Found by chance
The explosives were found by a police patrol who was at the address. What kind of case they were there is currently unclear.
"I do not know why they were there, but they found it, it happened by chance only by chance, says researcher Patrik Henriksson.
The effort was made in collaboration with the police bombardment group from Stockholm.
The police have begun an investigation into the preparation of a common destructive destruction and explosives have been removed from the site.
There is no suspicion at the moment and do not know how long the explosive could have been in the residential building.
"The research can show who posted it," says Patrik Henriksson.
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