No Explosives Found in Norwegian Terrorist's Car on UtoyaWorld | July 23, 2011, Saturday // 18:35| views
The vehicle, believed to have been used by the perpetrator, has been thoroughfully examined by Norwegian police officers, the Dagbladet daily has said, citing NRK. Photo by dagbladet.no
No explosives have been discovered in the car Anders Behring Breivek, the suspect for the two deadly terror attacks in Norway Friday, most probably left on the island of Utoya.
The vehicle, believed to have been used by the perpetrator, has been thoroughfully examined by Norwegian police officers, the Dagbladet daily has said, citing NRK.
The 32-year-old detainee believed to have killed at least 91 people in Friday's terrorist attacks in Norway, is cooperating with the investigation, according to the Norwegian police.
The suspect owns Breivik Geofarm, a company Norwegian media is describing as a farming sole proprietorship.
The company was set up to cultivate vegetables, melons, roots and tubers, Norway's TV2 says, and it was through this link that had access to fertiliser, an ingredient used in bomb-making. On Saturday, it turned out Breivik had bought 6 tons of artificial fertilizers.
A Twitter account attributed to the suspect has also emerged but it only has one post, which is a quote from philosopher John Stuart Mill: "One person with a belief is equal to the force of 100,000 who have only interests", the BBC reports. The tweet was posted on 17 July.
The search for victims in the waters surrounding Utoya continues.
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