The moment that Anders Breivik planted his bomb: Never before seen CCTV footage shows mass murderer parking van that killed eight in Oslo
Breivik wearing security guard's uniform walks away from bomb inside vanCCTV footage captures significant damage caused by the device last yearAfter bomb exploded, Breivik got into second van which he drove to Utoya
00:22 GMT, 27 November 2012
This is the chilling moment mass murderer Anders Breivik walks away from his van in Oslo before a bomb inside it explodes killing eight people and injuring dozens.
Never before seen CCTV footage also captures the devastation the device caused in July 2011, which was planted by the 33-year-old Norwegian.
Breivik, wearing a security guard's uniform, is seen parking his white van at the entrance of a Government building that housed the Prime Minister's offices. The PM was not there at the time.
After the bomb exploded, Breivik got into a second van which he used to drive to the nearby island of Utoya
where he gunned down 69 people – mostly teenagers.
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Chilling footage of Anders Breivik parking the van with a bomb inside at the Prime Minister's offices in Oslo
Breivik, centre back, leaves the van with the bomb after parking it in the Government headquarters. Minutes later the bomb went off and caused large scale death and destruction
Haunting: A far away still of the moment Breivik briskly walks away from the vehicle in the capital Oslo
Chilling footage shows Breivik walking further away from the van packed with explosives
Anders Breivik earlier this year. He is serving the Norwegian maximum sentence of 21 years and is expected to spend most of that time at high security facility Ila prison near the capital Oslo
Although photographs of Breivik parking
the van had previously been released and footage was shown during his
trial earlier this year, this is the first time the video has been
After parking the first van at the
Government offices, Breivik is seen getting out of the vehicle in the
capital Oslo and briskly walking away.
The security camera video contains pictures of the significant damage caused by the
device, which weighed nearly a ton.
then gets into a second vehicle, a grey Fiat van, which he used to
drive to the nearby island of Utoya where he shot 69 people at a Labour
Party youth camp.
security guard at a government building said of the Oslo footage,
reported by Sky News: 'My colleague got a call from the reception at the
high-rise building (PM's office). At the same time I saw the white van
on the monitor in front of me.
'It is normally only the Prime
Minister and the bodyguards who park there. But every day we get cars
parking there without permission so we need to chase them away.'
The guard added: 'I
see he has the usual reflex markings on the trousers and it looks like
he has a circular logo on his arm, so I believe it is a uniform from a
security company. I see that he calmly leaves the car and walks away.'
The guard said he zoomed in on the
registration number and was about to send a text to the motor tax office
to find out which security company it belonged to when the explosion
Breivik is serving the Norwegian maximum
sentence of 21 years and is expected to spend most of that time at high
security facility Ila prison near the capital Oslo.
This photo shows the moment the bomb in the parked van went off outside the Goverment headquarters in Oslo
The trees shake during the bomb explosion as the outside of the building shatters
Shattered glass at the Government building as the footage captures the devastation caused by the bomb
slaughtered 77 adults and teenagers in total when he bombed the
government buildings in Oslo and carried out a mass shooting last year.
The footage is part of a documentary that Norway's public broadcaster NRK will air on Tuesday evening and will include comments by the security guard on duty that day.
The programme also features comments by the security guard on duty that day.
Video of killer Breivik parking van with bomb