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World Danish submarine killer surrounded by police after trying to escape from prison

15:06  20 october  2020
15:06  20 october  2020 Source:   news.sky.com

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Danish submarine builder Peter Madsen, who murdered the Swedish journalist Kim Wall, has been caught after trying to escape from jail. Police said they had arrested a man near the jail and later confirmed it was Madsen. Pictures from the scene showed armed police surrounding him near the

Danish murderer Peter Madsen has tried to escape from prison two years after he was sentenced for killing journalist Kim Wall on his submarine , local He was apprehended and surrounded by police on a roadside near the prison . Madsen was jailed for life in 2018 for the gory murder of journalist Kim

A convicted murderer, who killed a journalist on board his submarine, has been surrounded by police and arrested after trying to escape from prison.

a cat sitting on top of a grass covered field: Peter Madsen is seen surrounded by police in Albertslund, Denmark © Reuters Peter Madsen is seen surrounded by police in Albertslund, Denmark

Peter Madsen, 49, tried to flee Herstedvester Prison, where he is serving a life sentence for the murder of Kim Wall in 2017.

Danish police have said a man has been arrested after an attempted escape and the area has been cordoned off.

Local media reported the situation continued for at least an hour but the convict has now been driven away by officers.

Photos from the scene in Albertslund, Copenhagen, show Madsen sitting against a fence surrounded by armed police.

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A Danish inventor charged over the death of Swedish journalist Kim Wall has said she died in an accident on his submarine and he "buried" her at sea, Copenhagen police say. The court case is being heard behind closed doors but Peter Madsen's explanation of what happened was released after a

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Two officers lie on their stomachs on the ground in front of him and it looks like he is wearing a belt-like object around his stomach.

a person standing in front of a car: Emergency services at the scene. Pic: TV2.DK © Other Emergency services at the scene. Pic: TV2.DK

Madsen had threatened prison guards with a "pistol-like object" and also claimed to have a bomb, according to Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet.

a group of people standing around a motorcycle: The situation appears to be ongoing © Reuters The situation appears to be ongoing

A witness, Frank Jensen, told the newspaper that police suddenly surrounded a white van, opened the door and pulled Madsen out of it.

Later pictures from the scene, which is a few hundred metres from the prison, show vehicles attempting to block the situation from view.

Madsen, who was a minor celebrity in Denmark, was convicted of Ms Wall's murder in 2018.

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At least four different women have already been to Storstrøm Prison and visited Peter Madsen, the Danish tabloid daily BT reported. To top it off, a female prison worker recently resigned over initiating a relationship with the notorious " submarine killer ," who is serving a life sentence.

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The 30-year-old Swedish journalist had been writing an article about his inventions and was travelling on his submarine when she was killed.

The inventor initially claimed he had dropped her off on shore and did not know what happened to her, but later insisted she had died accidentally after her remains were found.

Peter Madsen standing in front of a crowd of people: Peter Madsen pictured in 2017 © Other Peter Madsen pictured in 2017

Madsen admitted to dismembering her body and dumping her in the Baltic Sea.

After a 12-day trial that received worldwide attention, he was convicted of the "especially brutal" murder that prosecutors said was sexually motivated.

a woman looking at the camera: Kim Wall, 30, was writing an article about Madsen when she was killed © Sky News Screen Grab Kim Wall, 30, was writing an article about Madsen when she was killed

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