HomeNewsFinnish National Police Commissioner: We Can Stop a Truck Attack If We Have Enough Information Beforehand Tony Öhberg 04/08/2017 News, Terrorism Did you know that you can buy our Premium Membership for 6 months for only 39.95 euros (including 24 percent VAT). The process takes under a minute through PayPal, and after that you will be automatically redirected on our site to create a username and password. For more information and options, visit here. One Time Payment Join us €39.95 EUR According to National Police Commissioner Seppo Kolehmainen, the Finnish police have the ability to stop a truck attack. Archive picture: Tony Öhberg for Finland Today “The Finnish police have the ability to stop a truck if we have enough information beforehand,” said Seppo Kolehmainen, the national police commissioner at a press conference held late on Friday evening because of the terror attack in Stockholm where a truck ran into the crowd and four people were killed and 15 injured. “The education material of Isis listed an attack conducted this way already five years ago,” he added. For example, the security at last year’s New Year’s celebration in Helsinki was historically strict. The national alert level, however, has not been risen in Finland, but police have increased surveillance in the whole country and increased presence at the airports and harbors. The Finnish Border Guard have increased their presence also. Border control in Sweden has been tightened. According to Patrik Engström, head of border police in Sweden, the authorities have decided that there will be an exception to the Schengen law (free movement without a passport): a citizen of the Schengen area is required to carry a passport when traveling in and out from Sweden. On Friday, the Finnish police investigated whether there are any trucks reported stolen. None were found. Join Us Join the Finland Today Community You get access to our membership content not found elsewhere on the web (e.g. in-depth articles, features, columns). We will send advance links to our in-depth articles before they are available for non-members (You decide, whether to share). And more! In addition, you could become a supporter of Independent work Non-partisan media organization Fact-checked, accurate news Contribute to the discussion Be the First to Comment! Notify of new follow-up comments new replies to my comments You must be logged in to post a comment. You must be logged in to post a comment.