Helsinki police say Suela stole jewelry during a date and hotel rendevous in June. Investigators believe they’ll be able to show in court a pattern of past incidents. with all of the victims being men around the age of just 23. A Finnish judge poured over a fairly extensive arrest record of Suela on Friday. Police claim she takes advantage of men she meets for a one-night encounter that turns into a lucrative theft. “The alleged theft on that one, your honor, was assorted jewelry, gold and diamond chains, bracelets and pendants, and also a watch valued at over a million dollars,” police investigators told the judge Friday. In fact Suela has done so well for herself ripping off men that in just a night she got her nice fucking melons paid for IN CASH. She dont fuck around. On one recent date, say Suela met her victim at a High End Bar establishment and dined with him eventually leaving to go to a hotel room. Security footage from the hotel caught her and her date, who had multiple flashy jewelry pieces, walking through the hotel. “He took his jewelry off, placed it in the hotel room’s safe, then he went to sleep. By the time he woke up, he advised the safe was empty and the woman that he met had left the location,” said the cops.. According to Police, Suela had turned on the shower while her date was asleep so he thought she was in the bathroom freshening up.
August 21st, 2021
The Sello mall shooting occurred on the morning of 31 December 2009 shortly after 10:08 local time at the Sello Prisma supermarket in Leppävaara district of Espoo, Finland. The shooting was believed to have been started after Ibrahim Shkupolli, the alleged gunman, found that his ex-girlfriend had a lover at the grocery store where she worked. Shkupolli first killed her in her apartment before heading towards the mall. The Sello mall, which opened in 2005, is one of the largest in the Nordic region with over 170 stores. On the day of the shooting the mall contained between two and three thousand customers. Witnesses described the gunman as calm when walking out of the grocery store in the mall immediately after the shooting. Shooting The shooting began when the gunman entered the Prisma supermarket and began firing with a 9mm handgun. Preliminary reports indicated four fatalities at the mall, three men and one woman. The victims, aged 27, 40, 42 and 45, were employees of Prisma. Another woman, identified as the suspect’s ex-girlfriend, was found dead in an Espoo apartment in connection with the case. The ex-girlfriend was also an employee of Prisma, and the Finnish police speculated that she was the main target. It is alleged that Shkupolli killed his former girlfriend first in the apartment, and after moved on to kill her boyfriend at the shopping mall where they both worked. It is believed that her lover is one of the four victims, and that he had been shot twice in the head. The suspect, identified as 43 year old Ibrahim Shkupolli, was seen walking into another shop where he disappeared, sparking a major manhunt which involved police helicopters. Later that day, Shkupolli was found dead in an apartment in Kirstinmäki, Espoo, in an apparent suicide. His apartment was completely empty except for a mattress, framed photo of his ex-girlfriend and 14 fully loaded magazines for his gun and a bag containing additional 273 cartridges. According to a neighbour who heard the gunshot, Shkupolli had shot himself at 11:13. The Finnish police evacuated and cordoned off the shopping centre, and blocked off a nearby railway station. Emergency services arrived on the scene including dozens of ambulances and several fire engines. LINK
Wednesday, 7 November 2007 BBC News Eight people have been killed and at least 10 others injured in a shooting at a school in southern Finland, police have said. The gunman shot himself in the head and later died from his wounds in hospital, officials said. The shootings took place in Tuusula, some 50km (30 miles) north of the capital, Helsinki. Finnish police said an 18-year-old man killed five boys, two girls and the female principal of Jokela High School. Investigators have reportedly identified the gunman as Pekka-Eric Auvinen. A teacher said the gunman, who had posted footage foreshadowing the massacre on video-sharing website YouTube, was a student at the school. Police responded to a call made at 1144 (0944 GMT) and made contact with the gunman when they arrived at the school 11 minutes later, said Timo Leppala, the officer in charge of the police operation. “Police ordered him to surrender, to which he answered by shooting towards the police,” Mr Leppala said. He described a scene of chaos with students jumping from school windows and running for shelter as more police arrived. It is not clear when the gunman shot himself in the head. Police said he was armed with a .22 calibre pistol for which he obtained a license on 19 October. He did not have a criminal record and “was from an ordinary family,” a police spokesman said. A Tuusula municipality spokeswoman said the gunman opened fire during a lesson at Jokela secondary school, which has 400 pupils between 12 and 18. LINK
July 26th, 2021