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Fire at Historic Bourse Building in Copenhagen May Lead to Prosecution

A fire that broke out in the historic Børs building in Copenhagen on Tuesday may now lead to a criminal case. This was stated by Anders Ellegaard, vice chief inspector and director of the National Forensic Center, which is assisting the Copenhagen Police in the investigation. “We are currently investigating all aspects of the case to be able to put together a clear picture of what exactly happened,” Ellegaard tells TV 2. He adds that it is still too early to draw concrete conclusions, but there is a real possibility that the incident could end in legal consequences. The Copenhagen Police has stated in a press release that the investigation will take time and that quick answers should not be expected. “We are working thoroughly and systematically to uncover all the details in this case,” the police said.

The fire has attracted significant attention, as Børsen is one of Copenhagen’s most iconic buildings with great historical and cultural value. The building, known for its distinctive spiral-shaped dragon tail, has been the center of Danish business for centuries. The investigation continues, and the police as well as the National Forensic Center will continue their work in the coming days to clarify the cause of the fire and any responsible parties.

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