We reported last Thursday on the culturally enriched “Swede” who robbed an unfortunate drunken man at a Stockholm metro station and left him unconscious on the tracks just before the arrival of a train. The victim was run over by the train and severely injured, but miraculously survived.
By the weekend the police had found the suspected robber and arrested him. Our Swedish correspondent LN sends this brief update with more details from this morning’s news about the particular species of cultural enrichment the arrested man represents:
The man suspected of leaving his unconscious victim on a subway track in southern Stockholm after taking his valuables confessed in interviews on Sunday that it was he who appeared on surveillance images.
The man, who claims to be 28 years old and not a Swedish citizen, has not yet been identified. He lacks credentials and says he came from Tunisia and entered Sweden illegally.
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