News of Iceland on August 7, 2013 released the following:
“The International Criminal Police Organization, Interpol, looks for Icelandic Friðrik Kristjánsson. He has not been seen or heard from since April but was last seen in Paraguay. The Icelandic police officially started looking for Friðrik early July this summer.
Friðrik is 30 years old and was traveling in South-America. The Icelandic police asked for Interpols assistance when trying to locate Friðrik this April. He was then believed to be in Paraguay or Brazil. The search was unsuccessful.
Many stories and rumors about his disappearance have been floating around, but the rumors seem to have been unfounded. The Icelandic police doesn’t want to comment on the search but say the matter is not a criminal case.
Stöð 2, news agency in Iceland reported in April that the police had information about Friðrik being killed abroad. The police denies those stories.
Interpol describes Friðrik as being 175 cm tall, blue eyed with brown hair and speaking Icelandic, English and Spanish.”
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