"the Hoard of the royal regalia, which were made on top of a trash can in Griffith the night to yesterday, will now be sent for extensive technical study. Before then, it is not possible to determine definitely that it really is the stolen kungaregalierna found, according to police."
"Even the police can not confirm with 100 percent certainty that it really is the stolen regalia found, but on Tuesday said the Prosecutor's office that it was likely – 99 percent certainty."
"Before the definitive confirmation can be made should the items be examined by the National forensiskt center (NFC) in Linköping, according to police."
"the Police are now being very secretive about the find and the objects, and do not want to say anything before you come further in the investigation. The investigation surrounding the theft has been resumed, and the trial against the 22-year-old man who is on trial, suspected of theft in the Strängnäs cathedral on July 31 of last year, has paused."
"22-year-old has himself said that he did not know anything about any coup, but that he has helped to fix the bikes and a boat, which the thieves are believed to have used in the theft."
"the Regalia is very valuable and historically important. The case of Karl IX and queen Kristina begravningsregalier from the 1600s – crowns, apples and sprouts – which were stored in a booth in the Strängnäs cathedral."
"Karl IX:s gold crown has probably been damaged during the theft. Three details from the crown, including a polished rock crystal was found outside the booth in the cathedral, but the police do not want to say anything about any damage, or if they found the crowns and the findings in the cathedral belong together."
"The stolen items have an insured value of sek 65 million, while the value of the objects that were left in the stand is estimated at 26.5 million dollars."