The conflict in Linköping has recently been chaotic. It is about both territorial networks and motorcycle gangs, where the lines of conflict have been unclear and alliances and loyalties are changing rapidly.
At the same time, the police seem to see that there are more firearms in circulation, something that is also reflected in the seizure statistics. But even though several weapons have been seized, many are still out on the streets – including the weapon that was used in the murder in Skäggetorp on 25 August last year.
John Skoog, Linköping Police
Mats Allard, Linköping Police
Kent Almroth, Linköping Police
Eva Nemec Nordh, Chief Prosecutor
Muharrem Demirok, center-right municipal councilor in Linköping
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Source: ICELAND NEWS