Nine people were arrested in Spain and Sweden last week as a result of a collaboration between Swedish and Spanish police.
The arrestees are suspected of being part of a criminal network believed to be behind two murders in southern Spain. All nine are from Sweden.
Three of the arrests were made in Málaga while the other six individuals were arrested in Malmö. The arrests came in a series of coordinated police actions at the beginning of the week as part of ‘Operation Rueda’.
The three arrested – seven men and two women – are understood to have links to a criminal organization suspected of carrying out two murders in the Andalusian cities of Estepona and Marbella.
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