- Will keep most of the profits.
Two men from Gothenburg have been convicted of serious illegal fishing off the coast of West Sahara.
- May never be released, due to security concerns.
The man convicted of funding the Stockholm suicide bomber has launched a bid for freedom, as he awaits a decision on his deportation, The Herald reports
The lawyer for Julian Assange says his client has agreed to be questioned in the Ecuadorian embassy over sex crime allegations.
- Arrested shortly afterwards.
A burglar in western Sweden took pictures of himself next to items that he had stolen using his cell phone, a phone he then forgot at another crime scene a few days later, Swedish Radio reports.
- Administrative Court decision.
Sture Bergwall, at one time thought to be Sweden's worst serial killer, was completely set free on Thursday.
- Different parts of the city.
Police in Gothenburg are investigating two separate fatal shootings to happen in the city within 12 hours.
- Complaint filed with police.
The controversial youth wing of the anti-immigration Sweden Democrat Party, the SDU, have filed a complaint with the security and intelligence section of the police, SÄPO, saying that they believe their e-mail account has been hacked.
- Failure to tell police and prosecutors about test filtering.
Swedish Radio News reports that the national police crime lab, NFC, is not testing all the forensic evidence it receives, but is neglecting to tell police and prosecutors.
- "Other more high priority cases"
Following P4 Kronoberg’s report on fast food restaurant, Burger King’s, controversial “camera-like” device in one of its restaurants in Växjö, the administrative board in Kronoberg launched an investigation into illegal surveillance.
- 200 pupils affected.
Stockholm's police are searching for two men suspected of arson after a fire destroyed parts of a school in the city's southern suburb of Hägersten on Saturday evening.
- More than 100 grenades.
Eleven weapon smugglers have been arrested on their way to Stockholm with more than 100 grenades and a dozen machine guns, news agency TT reports.
- Caught in transit.
Two Swedes have been arrested in Dubai accused of trafficking 20 kilos of cocaine into the country.
- Foxes and hares tied and shot.
Police in Värmland county are investigating a spate of animal carcasses found shot and left dead in the woods.