On Wednesday, March 31 of this year, 18-year-old Ellen Klintberg was found dead in Hor, Sweden. Just days later, a 27-year-old man was arrested and suspected of murder.
The man who was Klintberg’s friend, He admitted causing the death of the 18-year-old, but denied the criminal charge.
– The detainee admitted during police interrogation that he had killed the woman. The chamber’s attorney, Christopher Nordstrom, said he believed his intention was not to kill her, and therefore denies the action. press release this time.
It must have been dug down the body
According to the indictment, which is now ready, more details about the murder will emerge. The 27-year-old is accused of beating Klintberg to death with a hammer inside a motorhome. Then he must have dug down the corpse. Writes Expressen.
The date of the murder is not specified in the indictment, but the indictment states that the murder must have occurred sometime between March 29 and 31.
The suspect explained during interrogation that he disposed of the hammer and the belongings of the 18-year-old by throwing them in a puddle.
Traces of blood from Klintberg were also found on the now accused’s glasses and hands when he was arrested.
Participate in the search
Klintberg was reported missing for the first time, after she did not return home from a visit to the man.
While the search was in progress, the 27-year-old was among those who shared the search on Facebook.
According to Expressen’s information, the man must have also participated in the search, but had to cancel it, because he was too tired to participate.
The next day, he was arrested for murder.
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