Police have yet to arrest the man who fired the shots at the Dubliner restaurant in Naustum 1 at dinnertime yesterday.
Grímur Grímsson, a senior officer in the Capital Region Police’s Central Investigation Department, would not answer when asked if the police thought they knew who the man was, due to vested interests. investigation. But then the question arises whether employees or visitors have identified the man:
“He covered his face, man,” Grímur said. When questioned, he says a number of guests were there. “I think it was a note,” he said.
Grímur says that the investigation is at a point where it is difficult to give information about it. “It’s particularly sensitive when the man is missing,” he said.
When asked how people reacted to the incident, he said: “Obviously people are very upset when they’re inside a place where a gun is being fired. .”
Is it clear that the man was not trying to shoot anyone, but to pose a threat?
“We are here in a place where we cannot enter,” Grímur says and recalls that the investigation into the case is at a very sensitive stage. Every effort will be made to get your hands on the man’s hair today.
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