Danish Ferrari men turn themselves in

Two men who fled to Sweden after a knife attack in the Danish town of Ålborg on Saturday have turned themselves in to police in Copenhagen.

The men’s Ferrari sports car was found abandoned in Malmö on Saturday night after Swedish police issued a nationwide alert. Danish police had contacted their Swedish colleagues after a 21-year-old man died and a further six people received stab wounds in a fight at the Tiger nightclub in Ålborg.

Malmö police received a tip about the abandoned Ferrari soon after the Danish police had warned them that the men could have fled to Sweden.

“We carried out a search after finding the car, but we are not revealing what we found – this is a Danish investigation,” said Skåne Police spokesman Lars Mahler.

The car has been handed to Danish police.

A total of nine people have been arrested in connection with the fight, including the two men who turned themselves in on Sunday morning.

A number of those arrested were linked to two gangs which on Saturday night had been holding a party at the headquarters of the Bandidos biker gang in Ålborg. The fight started when the gang had a row with others at the Tiger club.

According to police, the dead 21-year-old was said to have tried to stop the fight. He was found outside a shop near the club. His knife injuries were so severe that he died due to blood loss.