The police in Denmark reported about the horrific incident in åbenrå in the South of the country. In one of the houses where lived the refugees from Syria, found three bodies – an adult female and her two young daughters, reports the AP.

It is reported that the victims of the 27, nine and seven years. Their bodies were in the freezer.

The incident occurred on Sunday, October 30. The police came to the house with a search warrant after the woman’s relatives reported that he could not reach her for several days.

It has been established that the children and their mother were killed. Who exactly, is still unknown and is under investigation.

It is reported that the deceased arrived in Denmark in 2015 together with the head of the family, whose whereabouts is now under investigation. Family members received in Denmark, the status of refugees. Other details were not given.

According to media reports, last year Denmark took about 21 thousand refugees. However, in early 2016, the authorities tightened control on the border with Germany, then the flow of migrants into the country declined sharply.

The BBC Russian service pointed out that the strengthening of border controls Copenhagen went after a similar step Stockholm of the Swedish-Danish border. The integration Minister of Denmark Inger, Stollberg then wrote that the measures adopted by Sweden meant that Denmark “is faced with serious threats to public order and internal security due to the very large number of illegal migrants who may be in the Copenhagen area”.

The BBC noted that Sweden and Denmark became the latest of a number of countries outside the Schengen area, which entered passport control. Germany has imposed control on the border with Austria in September 2015, and a few months later – in December 2015 – Norway, which is not an EU member, but part of the Schengen area, said the refugees arriving in the country from other Schengen countries without a visa, will be deported from the country.

In Denmark, the police found three corpses of refugees in the fridge 31.10.2016

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