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crime

Found guilty, 24 years after murder

Published måndag 25 oktober 2010 kl 14.23
The strongest evidence against the murderer was a handprint found at the crime scene almost a quarter century ago.

The case of a 24-year-old murder in southern Sweden finally came to a close. The main evidence was based on an old photograph of a handprint found at the crime scene.

At the district court of Lund, the 67-year-old man whose handprint was in the photograph was convicted for having killed a 79-year-old man in his house in 1986. He will serve 10 years in prison.

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