Jón Þröstur Jónsson was last seen in Dublin on February 9.

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News Tagged with “Police”

Too young to be charged

31 Aug The boy, whose photos the police posted on Facebook in connection with recent attacks on girls in Garðabær and who subsequently came forward yesterday, is too young to be charged

From Raufarhöfn.

Wave of break-ins in Northeast Iceland

31 Aug Three houses in Raufarhöfn, Northeast Iceland, have been broken into in recent days, according to the Húsavík Police.

Police look for witnesses

31 Aug The Reykjavík Metropolitan Police Department wishes to contact the people seen in these photos, in connection with the investigation of an accident that took place in downtown Reykjavík on June 30.

Case of attacks on girls: teenage boy has come forward

30 Aug The Reykjavík Metropolitan Police Department announced on Facebook this morning that a boy has come forward in connection with the case of recent attacks on young girls in Garðabær.

A view over Eskifjörður, the East Fjords.

‘Lock your house and close all windows,’ police warn

29 Aug The East Iceland Police Department is still looking for suspicious individuals, who appear to have been in Neskaupstaður and Eskifjörður yesterday.

Two more girls attacked in Garðabær

29 Aug The Reykjavík Metropolitan Police Department is investigating two separate attacks on girls in Garðabær, a municipality just south of Reykjavík.

The shotgun shell found by the boys.

Boys in East Fjords find live WW II shell

28 Aug Explosives experts from the Icelandic Coast Guard were called out this week, at the request of the East Iceland Police, after four boys, aged 11-12, found a strange object.

Four in custody, following attack in Reykjavík

27 Aug Four men are in police custody, following an assault in downtown Reykjavík early yesterday morning.

The accused has been released.

Acquittal in Child Sex Abuse Case

31 Jul esterday, The Reykjanes District Court acquitted a man who had been charged with sexual violence against four children and one young man.

Date Rape Drug Cases on the Rise

30 Jul The number of victims of date rape drugs seeking help at Stígamót, an Icelandic education and counseling center for survivors of sexual abuse and violence, has never been as high as last year.

Long lines formed in the wake of the accident.

Accident and Oil Spill on Ring Road

25 Jul Ring Road One was closed in both directions around noon today, just east of Reykjavík, following a collision between a truck and a small 4x4.

Adam Hotel on Skólavörðustígur.

Police Shut Down Adam Hotel

24 Jul The operation of Adam Hotel on Skólavörðustígur, downtown Reykjavík, was shut down by police yesterday afternoon.

Narcotic detection dog at work.

New Police Dog Trainer Hired

22 Jul A new trainer has been hired to head the training of narcotic detection dogs in Iceland, according to Minister of Justice Sigríður Á. Andersen.


A tourist attacked downtown Reykjavík

27 Oct 2017 Last night around 7 o'clock two men attacked a tourist in front of the grocery store Bónus on Reykjavík's main street Laugavegur. The tourist who comes from Thailand was taken to the hospital with internal injuries and had to undergo surgery.

Organized Crime and Prostitution on the rise in Iceland

26 Oct 2017 Organized crime is on the rise and prostitution and human trafficking is a growing problem in Iceland, according to the Icelandic Police.


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