On 31 July last year, was stolen regalia – Karl IX and queen Kristina's crowns, as well as a riksäpple with the insured value of sek 65 million – from a booth in the Strängnäs cathedral. Two offenders were seen cycling from the site to a landing, where they disappeared with the boat.
”Furthermore, the perpetrators tried to unlawfully resorting to three additional items that were stored in the booth – a spire constructed in 1611, a spire made in 1626, and a riksäpple made in 1626, valued at a total of 26.5 million crowns,” writes the prosecutors Isabelle Bjursten and Reena Devgun in the writ of summons to the Attunda district court.
in February and confessed to the crimes during the last day of the trial. Eskilstuna district court sentenced the man to four and a half years in prison for aggravated theft and attempted aggravated theft. 26-year-old has been in custody since February 12, and has in interviews said that it was he who returned the stöldgodset.
The stolen items were found in a garbage can that you sprejat ”bomb” on top of a car in London on 5 February. The event has been Strängnäs, sweden with Sweden to do a safety evaluation and a new solution of storage.
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