Shortly before 12 o'clock on Friday the 18th of January found two dead people in a car in the parking lot to the Flatenbadet in the south east of Stockholm. Police stated early on that the circumstances of the case were unclear, and launched an investigation of murder, alternatively manslaughter.
According to the police it was a woman and a child were found in a rented van. It was then also clear that the two dead had been notified of the missing.
arrested suspected of any crime, and in February had a number of interviews conducted but no one was then suspected in the case.
Now, add the public prosecutor Anna Remse down the investigation on the murder, which in the Middle of was the first to pay attention to.
– There are two persons who have been found dead. In the one case, is the investigation closed, since there is no reason to suspect that any crime has been committed. In the second case, it is not possible to prosecute for the person who is the suspect is deceased, " says Anna Remse to DN.
On a question from My in on why the decision has taken a long time to answer the prosecutor:
– It is a customary investigation, and we do careful analyses of post-mortem examinations, and seizures. This type of investigation takes a little time, there is nothing strange with it.