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News the person who disappeared one day back outside Marstrand Christer Ericsson – one of Sweden’s largest business world.
It confirms his family said in a statement.
The Marine Police are currently looking for the body of divers and helicopters outside Dyrön.
His family confirmed in a statement that it is he who is sought in the sea .
“It is with great sadness that we must announce that my husband / father of our J Christer Ericsson since last Monday morning is missing at sea.
Chris found himself at sea off Marstrand and the assessment indicates that he was under unfortunate circumstances have fallen overboard during a fishing trip.
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Search and Rescue with Police , Coast Guard and SSRS has made a thorough effort to try to find him but unfortunately without success. the chance of finding him alive are assessed according to the Search and Rescue as a child.
We would like to thank all who have helped and supported us, from near and dear to the Search and rescue, and we would be grateful if the family and the next will be left in peace at this difficult time. “
It was during Monday morning air and sea rescue rescue center was alerted to an empty pleasure low and ran in sea north of the island Åstol located between Marstrand and Tjörn in Bohuslän.
From the drifting boat hung it out of gear and fishing lines into the water, which made the air and sea rescue rescue center feared that one or more people could have overboard.
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police suspect no crime but believes that in the case of an accident.
Christer Ericsson is a Swedish sea captain and entrepreneur from Alingsås. In the 1970s he founded the company Consafe who constructed and rented out residential and production rigs to oil companies. Later, he started the JCE Group.
He has during his professional career started some 40 companies and is considered one of the most powerful private individuals in Swedish business.
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