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Sweden: Sudanese migrant arrested for raping girl and killing teenager who tried to intervene

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Police in Sweden have arrested a Sudanese migrant who’s suspected of raping a woman and murdering the Swedish teen who attempted to stop him, report Voice Of Europe.

Abubaker Mohamed, aged 22, was arrested in Härnösand earlier this week on charges of murder, gross rape, rape, serious illegal threats, and serious abuse.

According to a report from the Swedish news portal Samhällsnytt, Mohamed stabbed 19-year-old Tommie Lindh to death in a Härnösand apartment when Lindh attempted prevent him from raping a female acquaintance.

On Wednesday, the 22-year-old suspect denied the crimes he’s been charged with at a hearing at the Ångermanland district court. Following the hearing, Chamber Prosecutor Stina Sjöqvist told Swedish broadcaster SVT that Abubaker Mohamed is also suspected of committing two rapes, one gross and another of the “normal degree” against a victim the same Sunday the murder was committed.

Only halfway through the month of May, Sweden has seen two migrants arrested for murder and three migrants arrested for or found guilty of rape.

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