Police: Banging And Screaming Came From Ikea And Infant
STROMSTAD, Sweden (UPI) — Police in Sweden called to a home on a report of banging and screaming said they discovered a family assembling IKEA furniture.
Investigators said they were called to the home in Stromstad, near the Norwegian border, after receiving a report of banging and screaming around 1 a.m. Friday and discovered the noise came from a couple attempting to assemble IKEA furniture and their infant, who was awakened by the noise, The Local.se reported Friday.
Officers said they left satisfied that no crime had been committed.
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