Lars Rune Solberg, a 40 year old Norwegian Fraudster on the run from a sentence in Norway was caught in Thailand during the weekend. Now the Norwegian authorities make them self busy buy demanding their citizen extradited back home to Norway.
The Norwegian 40-year-old had been enjoying his freedom, since he showed the world how skilful he was, by escaping from a prison in Oslo, after a human error from the prison staff.
Since then he has been a regular on Interpol’s list over wanted people.
Sunday, he was arrested in Bangkok in a trap the Oslo police had set out with a little help from Interpol, writes Dagbladet.no.
Maybe the Norwegian fraudster has to be patience, if he is longing for his fatherland. It can take a while before he will be released from the cosy Thai prison. Normally extradition cases can be rather boring and takes loads of time before developing into a handy airplane ticket and traditional Norwegian fish cake and smelly cheese.
The fact is confirmed in Dagbladet.no:
“Such a process may take a long time”, Norwegian police Chief Thor Erling Mikkelsen says from his office in Oslo.
The 40-year-old Norwegian fraudster has a history of fraud, false accounting and tender cheating behind him.
And there are lots of indications pointing in the direction of a situation where the Thai Police it self would like to have a conversation or five with, before the extradition to Norway.