On Sunday morning did the police conducted a crackdown in an apartment in Västerås, something that SVT was the first to report on. According to the Prosecutor's office concerning the suspicious vapenbrott.
" I have received information that the police have taken various weapons seized and several persons are sought for questioning, said Robin Simonson, communications officer at the public Prosecutor's office in the past to DN.
announced the Prosecutor's office that all persons are released.
– A person was arrested formally, was heard and was later released. It has not arrested any one, or a few. The case has been handed over to the police now. There is still an investigation, if vapenbrott, " says Robin Simonsson and adds:
According to the jouråklagaren it may very well properties are reclassified to the call vapenbrott to the violation of the vapenlagen. But it is the police who are investigating now.
who were brought in had to follow with the police that they were on the site and was not suspected of any crime, " explains Robin Simonsson.
"They were never formally," he says.
"I have no information about," says Robin Simonsson.