SWEDEN -- Police are investigating a rather unusual crime in Västertorp in southern Stockholm.
A man has been raped and stabbed by several people in his own home. The police are very secretive about the incident, reports Aftonbladet.
- I can not disclose any details at all at the moment, says police press spokesperson Towe Hägg.
According to Aftonbladet, the perpetrators have also filmed the crime.
The man is injured and is now being treated in hospital.
- The person who lives in the apartment have been taken to hospital for medical treatment and to be examined as part of the investigation, said Towe Hägg.
The man's injuries are not life-threatening.
According to sources familiar with the case, the man was during the night and early morning, raped and stabbed by several people in the apartment. The crime may have been filmed, according to Aftonbladet's informant.
Police are now looking for four suspected perpetrators, who they say got into the apartment via the balcony. As usual there are no descriptions given, and police have put a lid on it.
Towe Hägg, spokesperson of the Stockholm police, is very secretive about the incident, writes the newspaper.
- In the initial phase, we have decided to inform you that we are working on the matter, but not what it is about, she says.
- I can not disclose any details at all. That could complicate and delay the investigation.
No one has been arrested for the crime. During the day technicians will investigate the apartment. Police will also go knocking on doors in the area to gather information.
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