So far in 2019 there have been 12 break-ins at dental surgeries in Denmark – most of them in South Denmark and North Zealand. The Rigspolitiet national police and the national dental association have confirmed the reports.
The number of such burglaries continues to rise year by year – four in 2017, nine in 2018 and already 12 in 2019 (six alone in June) – according to Codan, which insures close to 80 percent of Danish dentists.
“This is a pretty big increase. We have sent letters to more than 1,000 clients urging them to look into the safety of their clinics,” Henrik Bundgaard, the claims director at Codan, told TV2.
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