Wilma Andersson Bio – Wiki
Wilma Andersson was a Swedish teen. She went missing on November 14 last year after visiting her ex-boyfriend in the town of Uddevalla, between Gothenburg and Oslo.
An extensive search for the missing teen ended when police say they located her severed head in a suitcase in the 23-year-old’s home.
The accused, who is not named in Swedish media reports, reportedly told police: “You forget that this is a girl that I have loved and that I have lived my life perfectly. If I had murdered my girl, I would not have saved her head.”
She was 17 years old.
Wilma Andersson Murder
Wilma Andersson, 17, went missing on November 14 last year, after going to Tishko Ahmed Shabaz’s flat to pick up her things. The pair had reportedly been together for two years before she ended the relationship. Police then searched the man’s flat and reportedly found traces of blood inside, local media reports.
Officers claim they then discovered Wilma’s severed head in a suitcase, wrapped in aluminum foil and sticky tape, on November 28.
Shabaz, originally from Iraq, has now been charged with her murder and his trial will begin on May 26. Officers are still yet to find Wilma’s body.
Shabaz was charged with the murder last week, and Swedish media says he was subsequently found unconscious in his cell and taken to hospital.
He has since been moved to another facility where he is kept under supervision, it is reported.
Shabaz is accused of decapitating Wilma when she went to collect her belongings before wrapping her head in foil and hiding it at his home.
Police found the severed head wrapped in aluminum foil inside a bag in his apartment, prosecutors claim.
They also found blood on the floor of his apartment and ‘traces of Wilma’ on a large kitchen knife, it is alleged.
The indictment claims that Wilma was killed on November 14, the day she went missing.
‘The suspect has retained a body part for an unknown reason and got rid of the rest of the body,’ the police chief said.
It is also claimed that neighbors heard screaming from the apartment and that Shabaz lied to Wilma’s parents by claiming she had left the flat alive.
The rest of Wilma’s body has never been found, and relatives have urged people not to abandon their search.
According to human rights monitor HRS, the suspect was born in Iraq and took up Swedish citizenship in 2014.