Danish police say mystery submarine seems to have been sunk on purpose

Danish police say mystery submarine seems to have been sunk on purposeBy Teis Jensen and Jacob Gronholt-Pedersen COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – Danish police said on Sunday they had found nobody in the wreck of a submarine owned by an inventor charged with the manslaughter of a woman who had been on board – but added the vessel seemed to have been deliberately sunk. Police have said that Swedish journalist Kim Wall, 30, is missing after taking a ride on Peter Madsen’s homemade 17-metre sub, which sank on Friday morning. Madsen was rescued by the navy.


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