Mother suspected of locking up her son for 28 years

First published on December 2, 2020 / 6:31 AM The relative went to the flat, found the main door unlocked and entered it.The relative who was not identified, told the daily that there was “urine, dirt and dust” all over the place and “it smelled rotten.”

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She heard a noise from the kitchen and found the man sitting on blankets and pillows. Mother suspected of locking up her son for 28 years in Sweden

December 2, 2020 / 6:31 AM
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Police in Stockholm are investigating a woman in her 70s suspected of having kept her son locked up — reportedly for 28 years — in an apartment south of the Swedish capital, investigators said Tuesday. Prosecutor Emma Olsson, who heads the preliminary investigation, said the woman who was held on suspicion of unlawful deprivation of liberty and grievous bodily harm. According to the relative’s account in the paper, he had no teeth, had sores on his legs and his speech was slurred.”He spoke very fast and a little incoherently, but he was not afraid of me,” the relative was quoted as saying by Expressen.The daily said the man’s apparent captivity had started 28 years ago, which would have made him 13 at the time.Olsson said investigators would be interviewing the mother, the son and witnesses. JONATHAN NACKSTRAND/AFP/Getty

Swedish newspaper Expressen said the man was found Sunday by a relative who had learned that the elderly woman had been admitted to a hospital. Police technicians enter an apartment in Haninge, south of Stockholm, Sweden, December 1, 2020, one day after a man in his 40s who was allegedly kept locked up by his mother for 28 years was found there.