The following video is a composite of two clips about the murder and beheading of a teenage girl by a “Swedish” youngster named Tishko Ahmed Shabaz. The incident occurred last year, but the videos only recently became available.
The following article about the murder of Wilma — in which the suspect is actually named, which is unusual in Swedish media — was published last December, and has also been translated by FouseSquawk:
Tishko Ahmed Shabaz arrested for murder of Wilma Andersson
22-year-old Tishko Ahmed Shabaz has been arrested on reasonable cause suspected of murder of the disappeared Wilma Andersson. According to the theory of the police, Wilma was murdered November 11, 2019, the same day she disappeared.
About a week later, Tishko Ahmed Shabaz was arrested on suspicion of murder based on circumstances arising from technical investigation. It seems that, among other things, the boyfriend was interviewed over the telephone for three minutes on November 17, two days before he was taken into custody.
He was then interrogated two more times. On the morning of November 19, a 15-minute hearing was held in the Uddevalla police station, and the same evening, a longer hearing was held, about 40 minutes, at the arrest. Police have made several discoveries during the search for Wilma. Among other things, a pair of burned shoes, eyeglasses, body parts, and a jacket, similar to what Wilma was believed to be wearing at her disappearance. According to the police, it is not certain if all the discoveries have any connection to Wilma, but there is enough evidence that she is dead.
Tishko Ahmed Shabaz came to Sweden as a child from Iraq, obtained Swedish citizenship in 2014, and was Wilma Andersson’s boyfriend.
Tishko went to elementary school and secondary school in Western Sweden.
After studying, he has held a wide range of jobs. Among other things, he has worked as a salesman and in the restaurant industry.
Tishko is suspected of murdering Wilma in his apartment in Uddevalla and has been placed in legal psychiatric examination pending trial.
Video transcript (times from the two original clips):