Swedish police still confident holds the right man for Stockholm attack

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April 10, 2017 14:55
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STOCKHOLM - Sweden's police chief said on Monday he remained confident it is the truck driver in the Friday attack in Stockholm that police hold in custody.

"I am confident and certain that we have the right perpetrator. Then it is up to the prosecutor to prove this in court," the head of the national police, Dan Eliasson, told a news conference.

Four people died in the attack.

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