Stockholm - Norwegian police said Monday a new message has been sent by the suspected abductors of the wife of one of Norway's wealthiest businessmen.
"It was addressed to the family and sent to their attorney and the police," police inspector Tommy Broske told reporters.
He declined to say when the message was sent or what it said.
Anne-Elisabeth Falkevik Hagen, 68, went missing from her Lorenskog home in Akershus county, near Oslo, on October 31.
Broske said police were "concerned that there was no proof of life," but noted that the suspected kidnappers had used a different means of communication than previously.