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The submarine Nautilus raised, but the missing journalist is not found

Submarine UC3 Nautilus rose to the surface

The story of the world’s largest private sunken submarine continues.

In Denmark, brought to the surface the world’s largest private submarine Nautilus sank South of Copenhagen on August 11.

The police inspected the ship UC3 Nautilus and found no trace of the missing Swedish journalist Kim wall. This journalist was on the submarine together with Peter Madsen is a Danish inventor, who built the Nautilus.

This was announced at a briefing of the Copenhagen police, says Medusa.

The search for the 30-year-old wall continues. Journalist looking for in the sea, land and air.

The representative of police of Copenhagen Jens Moeller Jensen said that the owner of the submarine Peter Madsen, who was arrested on suspicion in murder of the journalist changed his story.

He previously claimed that the evening of 10 August, planted wall on the beach at the pier, Realien in Copenhagen . As now the owner of Nautilus explains the disappearance of the journalist, the police did not disclose.

We will remind, on August 11 after reports of the sinking of the Nautilus, it was reported that Madsen and his companions of the Swedish journalist was not injured. But it later emerged that the girl was gone, and the boat owner was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter.

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