– We believe that it is a wrong decision and intend to appeal, says his defence lawyer Åke Broné after the hearing, to the TT.
" He is not feeling good, he was declared recently on the loose after having been detained for quite a long time (in another case) and this was not something that he dreamed of to get experience for it.
– First and foremost, should the detention be appealed and then we'll see how we go on. I assume that there will be further interviews during the week, " says Åke Broné.
arrested on probable cause suspected of aggravated theft in the case, was arrested on Saturday.
He has been charged in his absence since Friday.
”He is on probable cause suspected of aggravated theft, hence the involvement in the actual theft of the regalia”, says the prosecutor Reena Devgun in a press release from the Prosecutor's office.
Interviews with the man will be held as soon as possible.
two crowns and a riksäpple, from the reign of king Karl IX and queen Kristina the elder funerals in the beginning of the 1600s, were found in a garbage bin placed on a car in a parking in Åkersberga, north of Stockholm.
A 22-year-old man standing trial, suspected of theft in the Strängnäs cathedral on July 31 of last year. The trial against him in the Eskilstuna district court was suspended temporarily when the news that the regalia found com.
the Man himself has 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.
Reena Devgun has previously stated that it believed that at least one person participated in the theft. In the right, she has presented technical evidence against the 22-year-old, which among other things consists of the man's blood that have been found at the scene of the crime on a bicycle, and a garbage bag that has been attached to his car.
the Trial in Eskilstuna district court will resume on 15 February.
the King behind the recoveries of regalia was maktspelare in the ”Game of thrones”-style
Police are asking for sightings from the place where the regalia were found