The woman who was arrested a week ago was reasonably suspected of murdering the 45-year-old Örebro woman who was found murdered in the west last year was released today, something Nerikes Allehanda was the first to tell.

The woman, who is a relative of the already detained man, was detained on the lower level of suspicion a week ago and since then, prosecutor Åsa Hiding has had a week to present evidence that reinforces suspicions against the woman.

The release of the woman now indicates that it was not possible to raise the suspicion to the higher "probable cause".

Arrested with restrictions

The woman has been detained with restrictions, which means that she has had very limited contact with the outside world and has not been able to listen to radio, watch TV or read newspapers. She has also not had contact with other detainees.

It was on May 15 last year that a 45-year-old woman was reported missing in Örebro. A few days later, her body was found 150 meters from her home and the police then launched a preliminary investigation into murder.

The man who had been the main suspect since a year ago and had previously been arrested on suspicion of murder, was again arrested on 30 August. He is probably suspected of the murder of the Örebro woman, ie the higher degree of suspicion.