DAILYKENN.com -- A 17-year-old Swedish girl was decapitated after she broke up with her 23-year-old Iraqi-born boyfriend, it has been alleged.
Tishko Ahmed Shabaz is accused of killing his girlfriend, Wilma Andersson, after she broke up with him, wrapping the girl's severed head in foil, and hiding it in his home.
Shabaz became a Swedish citizen in 2014.
The victim was reported missing in November, 2019. The trial is scheduled for May 26, 2020.
"According to Expressen, Shabaz is accused of hiding Wilma's head in a travel bag where it was wrapped in tape and aluminium foil.
"Police also found blood on the floor of his apartment and 'traces of Wilma' on a large kitchen knife, it is alleged.
"'The suspect has retained a body part for an unknown reason and got rid of the rest of the body,' the police chief said.
"Prosecutors claim that he murdered Wilma by subjecting her to 'repeated violence'.
"The rest of Wilma's body has never been found, and relatives have urged people to continue their search.
"'We want to find our daughter and sister. It is completely inhumane that we go through so please do not stop looking for Wilma,' her mother Linda told Swedish media.
"It is also claimed that neighbours heard screaming from the apartment and that Shabaz lied to Wilma's parents by claiming she had left the flat alive.
"However, Wilma's coat and handbag were allegedly still hanging in the closet, raising doubts over Shabaz's claims.
"Shabaz denies all the allegations, telling investigators: 'You forget that this is a girl that I have loved and that I have lived my life perfectly.'"
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