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World Danish submarine killer caught after prison escape

14:56  20 october  2020
14:56  20 october  2020 Source:   reuters.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. A video, taken by a photographer from the Ekstrabladet website, showed the convicted killer sitting against a fence with a belt around his waist.

Danish police have said a man has been arrested after an attempted escape and the area has been cordoned off. Photos from the scene in Albertslund, Copenhagen, appear to show Madsen sitting against a fence surrounded by armed police. Two officers lie on their stomachs on the ground in front

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

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Peter Madsen, who was convicted of killing Swedish journalist Kim Wall in a self-built submarine in 2017, was caught by Danish authorities on Tuesday after he briefly escaped from prison, police told Reuters.

a car parked on the side of a road: Peter Madsen, who was convicted of killing Swedish journalist Kim Wall in a self-built submarine in 2017, is surrounded by police during his prison escape attempt, in Albertslund © Reuters/RITZAU SCANPIX Peter Madsen, who was convicted of killing Swedish journalist Kim Wall in a self-built submarine in 2017, is surrounded by police during his prison escape attempt, in Albertslund

Danish police earlier said on Twitter they had arrested a man just outside the capital Copenhagen, after he had fled prison.

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A Danish inventor whose crowdfunded submarine sank near Copenhagen on Friday has now been arrested on suspicion of killing a journalist last seen on board. Peter Madsen is being investigated over the disappearance of journalist Kim Wall who was on the £154

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Footage released by tabloid Ekstra Bladet showed a man resembling Peter Madsen sitting up against a fence surrounded by police forces at a distance.

Madsen was sentenced to life in prison in 2018 for murdering, sexually mutilating and dismembering Wall aboard the submarine in Copenhagen harbour.

a group of people standing next to a train: Police officers are seen as Peter Madsen is surrounded by the police in Albertslund © Reuters/RITZAU SCANPIX Police officers are seen as Peter Madsen is surrounded by the police in Albertslund

Police later said the operation, taking place less than a kilometre from the prison where Madsen is serving his sentence, was over and that the man under arrest had been taken away.

(Reporting by Tim Barsoe and Nikolaj Skydsgaard; Editing by Catherine Evans and Alison Williams)

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