the ministry of foreign affairs the Citizen confirming late Wednesday night that the moroccan authorities are examining whether there is a speech about terrorism in connection with the killing of the Danish Louisa Vestager Jespersen, 24, and her Norwegian friend, Maren, Ueland, 28 years.
In an email to Ekstra Bladet says:
'the Background for this is partly due to the apprehension of a suspected person, belonging to an extremist group, and partly to a video which has been circulating on social media that may or may not be linked to the killings.'
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at the same time it sounds in the mail, that relatives are informed about the new developments in the case.
Earlier in the evening, the public prosecutor in Morocco, in an official statement, which reads:
'the public Prosecutor in Rabat announces in connection with the ongoing investigation into the killing of two foreign resorts in the outskirts of Marrakesh, to one of the suspects belong to an extremist group.'
'Like the identity of the other suspects, who are wanted, have been identified.'
the Extra Leaf has seen the video, and on Wednesday night, confirmed the national Police to Ekstra Bladet, that the video now be examined.
'We are in the process of investigating its authenticity. All the additional press, please refer to the PET' reads it in a short comment from Rigspolitiets the press office.
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The two young women had pitched their tent by a path in the Atlas mountains, head up to Toubkal, north africa's highest mountain.
Monday was the two women found murdered.
the Extra Leaf has seen the video, which has not yet been put officially in connection with the killing.
The two young women were backpackers and were found dead in a popular hiking area not far from the village of Imlil. They had, according to the ministry of interior in Morocco, signs of violence on the neck caused by a sharp tool.
Local media have since reported that it was other tourists who ended up finding the women.
the Extra Leaf is awaiting a comment from the Police Intelligence service.