On September 17, 2003, mushroom pickers discovered a decaying corpse in a rut in a spruce forest in Ekeby, Skåne, Sweden. The man had been murdered by several stab wounds to the heart, among other things.
When the police arrived at the scene, they immediately realized that he had lain for a long time in what later turned out to be a 20-year-old wheel track from a tractor. The body lay on muddy ground and was barely covered with leafs from the young spruce forest that grew on the site. The site is located exactly 37.3 meters from a gravel road. A knife was found nearby, but it had been lying there for too short a time for the police to consider that it had been used as a murder weapon. Not far from there is the Haberga shooting range. The deceased, had probably been dragged to the scene and put in the rut.

He was wearing a gold colored necklace from Trsat, a Christian pilgrimage site outside the Croatian city of Rijeka.

In May 2007 a reconstruction was made from the victim

  • Date found: September 17, 2003
  • Place found: Ekeby, Skåne, Sweden
  • Race: Caucasian, Eastern Europe
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 40-53
  • Height: <180 cm
  • Weight: Strong build
  • Eye Color: Unknown
  • Hair Color: Black, 20 cm long in neck
  • Distinguishing Marks: Big nose
  • Estimated Date of Dead: Winter 2001-2002, murdered with a knife
  • Clothing: Gray/black pants, dark jacket, black sweater, loafers
  • Jewelry: Gold colored necklace with religious motif “Souvenir from Trsat”
  • Personal Items: Etui with “Maria”
  • Dentals: Unknown
  • Fingerprints: Unknown
  • DNA: Unknown
If you have any information please contact
  • Agency: Polismyndigheten
  • Phone Number: +46 77 114 14 00
  • E-mail:
  • Case Number: N/A
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