"A 22-year-old man was sentenced in February to four and a half years of imprisonment by the Eskilstuna district court for stealing begravningsregalier from the Strängnäs cathedral. 22-see her bold fashion lawyer, Johan Eriksson, announced that the judgment will not be appealed against, reports the P4 Sörmland."
" We will not appeal the ruling. He has, of course, considering the reasons for and against and also received notice that the prosecutor does not intend to appeal. Then he decided to accept the judgment and take their punishment, says Johan Eriksson to the TT."
"During the last förhandlingsdagen admitted the 22-year-old in the theft and was convicted of aggravated theft and attempted aggravated theft."
"It was in July of last year as a brazen coup was carried out against the Strängnäs cathedral. Two people were seen leaving the church area on a bicycle and fled by boat from a jetty near the church. With the got the thieves a riksäpple and two kungakronor in the gold that was used in the time of king Karl IX and queen Kristina the elder funerals in the beginning of the 1600s. Regalia has an insured value of sek 65 million."