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Crime

Difficult investigation delays trial in Malmö

Published tisdag 1 mars 2011 kl 11.02

It could be a long wait for the victims of the serial shooter in Malmö, since the prosecutor is unlikely to charge the 38-year-old suspect before this autumn, newspaper Skånska Dagbladet reports.

The investigation is so complex that it is likely to take a very long time before the charges can be made, said prosecutor Ola Sjöstrand.

The 38-year-old man is accused of three murders and at least ten attempted murders, but as the investigation continues he could be charged with more crimes.

He was arrested in November after a series of unsolved shootings, seemingly targeting Malmö’s immigrant populations. The man is denying any involvement in the shootings.

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