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Break into housing - forced a luxury car


Two men must have broken into a home and forced a car - in the home was the couple's 11-month-old son.

It was in June earlier this year that two men in their 20s must have broken into a residence in Linköping. Once inside the property, the two men must have threatened the couple who lived there to hand over the keys to a car, worth a total of SEK 800,000.

In connection with that, the perpetrators must also have hit the man in the pair with the head with a crowbar and they should also have aimed a weapon-like object at the man. At the time, the couple's 11-month-old son was also in the home.

Suspected of gross robbery

Now the men in their 20s are being prosecuted at Linköping District Court. The suspect for gross robbery. For proof, the prosecutor has, among other things, legal certificates and pictures from surveillance films.

In interrogation, both suspected perpetrators refuse crime.

Source: svt

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