Genetic samples from the two small abandoned children in Aarhus and dna samples from the three adult persons, as Sunday came in police custody, in the course of a few days provide important answers in the bizarre case.

the Police in Aarhus has today announced that there may be close ties between the two children, and one or more of the adults.

Ekstra Bladet has spoken with retsgenetiker Frederik Petersen from the forensic genetics Department at the University of Copenhagen, denmark. He says that within a few days may be the answer as to whether there is a relationship between the children and one or more of the adults.

– The most important thing is that we have a clear dna profile. Then it can go fast, said Frederick Petersen.

– for example If you want to know whether two people are siblings of the whole blood, it typically takes a few days to investigate. The same is true if you need to determine whether a person is the mother or father of a child, he says.

– But ask the police about a hasteprøve, we are putting more staff on the case. And so it can be done in under ten hours.

Whether the police have put the dna tests are in play in the case is uncertain, but it may come back at a scheduled press conference at the police Headquarters in the afternoon.

After the publication of the two small children’s photos in the weekend got the east Jutland Police, a number of information there on Sunday afternoon and evening led to the arrest of a person and so-called administrative detention of a further two persons.

the Extra Leaf is present at the press conference.