The hunt for the perpetrator and Freddie's newborn baby continues. Freddie gets an SMS from the kidnapper with a picture of the baby and directions to a meeting place. Meanwhile, Saga and Henrik find crucial evidence that leads them in the right direction, but the question is if they will make it in time.
Saga has been forced to take a leave of absence from the investigation and her old colleague Rasmus Larsson takes her place. Freddie Holst is desperately searching for Jeanette, who is carrying his unborn child. Freddie contacts the police, while Henrik demands that Saga return to the investigation. Together, Saga and Henrik finally realise the connection between the victims. Meanwhile, the investigation of Saga's mother's death is complete. Will she be convicted of murdering her mother?
The hunt for the killer intensifies, and Saga and Henrik are certain of his identity. But when they are about to bring him in, he has disappeared.
An older couple is found murdered in a spectacular fashion in their house outside Ystad. They have a connection to a piece of art and they both have branding marks in their mouths, just like the previous victims. Now there is probably only one victim left and everything indicates that it will be Freddie Holst, but he refuses to accept police protection.
Saga and Henrik see a connection between the victims and some artwork hanging in a museum. All of the artwork is owned by Freddie Holst, a well-known and successful Danish business man. Is there a connection between Freddie and the victims, or is someone trying to frame him?
Lillian discovers a wound in Hans' mouth, which turns out to be a branding mark. The other two victims are examined again and they also have the same kind of branding mark. The perpetrator is probably branding his victims to punish them for something. But for what?
Hans is still in a coma. Saga makes a mistake in a dramatic hostage situation, but they manage to arrest a suspect who is taken in for questioning.
The police receive a video demanding a ransom in exchange for Hans' release. They manage to locate him, but when they are about to free him, they find that his kidnapper has been shot and Hans has been abducted again. Is there more than one person out after Hans? Meanwhile, Morten Anker is shot to death and there are details in each of the murders that lead the police to believe that they are connected. And all of the victims have connections to the blogger Lise Friis Andersen. Can she help lure the killer into a trap?
Saga gets a new Danish colleague, Henrik Sabroe, and together they continue to investigate Helle Anker's murder. When another spectacular murder occurs, with the same attention to aesthetic details, suspicions are turned to a Danish blogger, Lise Friis Andersen. She has openly expressed her disgust with the two murder victims, but denies the allegations. Meanwhile, the hunt for Helle Anker's son, Morten, continues. He doesn't have an alibi and is avoiding the police.
Thirteen months later...Saga Noren is still working at Malmo County Police, but she misses her only friend Martin Rohde who is serving a ten year prison sentence. Saga, however, is convinced that she did the only right thing by reporting him, and that she cannot be associated with a convicted murderer. The story starts with when a famous Danish gender activist and owner of Copenhagen's first gender-neutral children's nursery is found murdered on a building site in Malmo. Saga is forced to work with a new Danish colleague, who has difficulties in accepting Saga for who she is. (S.3,Ep.1)
In Copenhagen, several homeless people have been poisoned to death. The killer wants to draw attention to the problem of the increased number of people falling through the cracks of society. A homeless man is kidnapped and the only thing that can prevent his murder is a large sum of money from four landlords.
In their hunt for the serial killer, Saga and Martin are confronted with another problem - the cutbacks within mental health care, which according to the murderer has been reduced to little more than 'a pat on the back'. After more killings in Malmoe and Copenhagen, Saga and Martin finally manage to uncover a lead.
A woman is found murdered in the middle of the Oresund Bridge - right on the border between Sweden and Denmark. What looks at first to be one murder, however, turns out to be two. The body has been cut off at the waist and joined together - half of it belongs to a Swedish politician and the other half to a Danish prostitute. A team of inspectors from Sweden and Denmark join together in a desperate search for the killer.
After the murder on the bridge, the killer makes his presence known and chooses the tabloid journalist Daniel Ferbe to act as a contact with the outside world. It turns out that the bridge murder was only the beginning, and that the purpose of that gruesome act was to draw attention to the unpleasant truths and problems in our society.
In tonight's dramatic season finale, Saga and Martin realise the case isn't over, and that there is one more perpetrator. But who is Mikkel Host?
When a composite sketch of the perpetrator leads Saga and Martin to learn who it is, they must get to him in time. When they think the case is solved, it turns out there's one more final piece left.
Saga and Martin re-interview witnesses in the case, and suspect someone within their own group has been doctoring information in their reports. But they need to gather more evidence before they can be sure.
Saga and Martin face a complex puzzle. When someone threatens to blow up a chemical plant, it turns out the attack was controlled remotely, and that the same group as before is responsible. They collect all the clues and find a common denominator, confining the perpetrator to a specific area. But is there a single perpetrator or several?
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