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Spanish police arrests two of the most wanted and dangerous “Swedes” in Málaga

A policeman who was off duty has managed to arrest two of Sweden’s most wanted and dangerous fugitives. The event took place in a shopping centre in Málaga, Andalusia, Southern Spain.

Mugshots of the two “Swedish Criminals” from OK Diário. Their names remain undisclosed.

The agent immediately recognized the suspects, he continued to follow them for a time until he was able to identify them and arrest them. They are two brothers of 35 and 37 years old, one is an Olympic boxer and both are considered very violent, reports Spanish newspaper La Vanguardia.

The fugitives, according to data of the judicial requisition, are related to the kidnapping and torture during three days of a person in Sweden in February of this year. The brothers allegedly injured the victim with a drilling machine and caused serious injuries, with the intention of obtaining their banking passwords and operating with them. Both have extensive criminal backgrounds in ‘their’ country.

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