Begravningsregalierna worth 65 million had been lost then in the summer, when they were stolen from the Strängnäs cathedral. During the fall arrested a 22-year-old man suspected of the theft. In February initiated proceedings against him in the Eskilstuna district court but had to be suspended during the last day on which the regalia were discovered in a sopptunna in Åkersberga outside Stockholm.Karl IX:s begravningsregalier. Photo: Police/TT
now resumed have the prosecutors presented new, stronger evidence against the 22-year-old when the man's dna was found on the stolen items. Yourself the man has in previous interviews claimed that he has not been linked with these. In later interrogations by the police, he has chosen not to comment on the new dna evidence.
On Friday, when the trial resumed, admitted the man in the theft.
" It is I who committed the theft, says the suspect is 22-year-old during the trial, according to SVT Sörmland.
last week found the police trail led them to a 24-year-old and a 26-year-old, both from London. Both men were arrested suspected of aggravated receiving stolen goods.
the Trial is going on during the Friday of the Eskilstuna district court related only to the indictment against the 22-year-old. Prosecutors Reena Devgun insists that the 22-year-old is sentenced to six years in prison, according to SVT Sörmland.
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