Norwegian tycoon arrested, suspected of killing missing wife
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — One of Norway’s wealthiest men has been arrested in connection with his wife’s 2018 disappearance. Police say Tom Hagen, a media-shy real estate investor and owner of an electric company, is believed to have played a role in his wife’s Oct. 31, 2018 disappearance. Police say Tuesday is he suspected of murder or complicity to murder in a case where the police first suspected she had been abducted. At first, a ransom was made but police now say they believe Anne-Elizabeth Falkevik Hagen, 69, has been killed and a kidnapping had been staged to hide it.