A call came to the emergency center from a gun pulled out of the apartment in Leppäkorvi, Vantaa.
Eastern Uusimaa the police had a task that looked good in leppäkorvi, vantaa, on early evening on saturday, which was guaranteed not to go unnoticed by passers-by.
There were several police cars on the scene, among them at least two armored vehicles, as well as a lot of heavily equipped police officers with shields, helmets, visors, bulletproof vests, and guns.
Director General of the Eastern Uusimaa Police, Commissioner Asko Sartanen said the initial impetus for the police operation was a call to the emergency center that a gun had been pulled out of an apartment on Hirvitie.
– We went to inspect this apartment. The situation posed no danger to outsiders at any point. The inspection is now over, Sartanen said.
Ilta-Sanomat according to an eyewitness interviewed, traffic to the Hirvites was interrupted for a while as a police car parked across the road.
According to an eyewitness, two people were taken to the police cars.
– Maija’s back doors were open, and one person was taken in. I was so far away that I couldn’t tell if he was a man or a woman. Another Maija saw closer. Inside was a man who was spoken to by three police officers, an eyewitness said.
Earlier on Saturday, the police of Eastern Uusimaa had a slightly similar task in Hakunila. There, too, police went to inspect one apartment, and an armored vehicle was present.
– There are no indications that these cases are related, Sartanen said.
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