Annika Bengtzon: Crime Reporter - Lifetime

Synopsis: A policeman is found dead in his bed. His son Alexander is missing. The police and Annika Bengtzon a crime reporter try to solve the murder and find the missing child simultaneously.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller

I have to buy a new bike.

- Why?

- The mine was stolen.

- Again? Wasn't it locked up?

- The third time already at the office.

- The third time?

- I'll get a battered up one.

For once buy a decent bike now.

I'll go with you. How much do you

want to spend on a bicycle?

- 800 SEK I think.

- 800? You really don't care about it?

What are you thinking of... You're crazy.

You just don't want to move.

All units, apparently

shots fired at Bondegatan.

Do you have a house number?

The ME is currently somewhere else.

Do you have a house number?

Number 7.

No siren.

I know where that is.

- Do you know the entry code?

- I know someone who lives here.

Did you call? What did you hear?

First shot, then another pair.

It sounded like it came from above.

- Right over here? Thank you.

- Go inside...

- Andersson, you guard the stairs.

- Go inside and close the door.

- This is 1617.

- We're outside.

Okay. Bring the tools with you.

Police. Open up.

Julia, it's me, Nina.


David, open up.

David Lindholm?

You're not supposed to be here.

No, but we were in the neighborhood.

Break down the door.

Gunshot wounds to the head and lower body.

Understood. Stay at the scene.

There should be a boy here as well.

Come here.

Good morning.

Wake up, Kalle.

Good morning, Ellen.

Nina? What happened?

Police and crime expert,

David Lindholm, was murdered.

No details were released.

It is unclear how Lindholm was

killed and if there's a suspect.

Lindholm gained fame after a hostage

taking at a nursery school in Malm.

He was also featured as an expert in

"Crime Map Sweden".

Home and twelve pages.

And pictures of the crime scene,

his house, his career.

Patrik's gone to the police

for more details.

Annika, you do the personal side.


- His wife wasn't questioned.

- It won't be long.

The on-line version of Bladet

casts a lot of aspersions her way.

- We're no better.

- I'm not the web editor.

I just spoke to them.

The police won't say anything.

Go on with it.

The prosecutor may say something.

Take a photographer along.

- Are you okay?

- Yes.

- Nothing yet on the boy?

- No.

- Who's doing the search?

- I don't know...

- I want to go.

- Is it really?

I want to go on searching.

- Hi. How are you?

- Well, you know.


How is it you were first on the spot?

Andersson and I were in car 1617.

We were the closest.

Of course. It was a coincidence.

Just a fluke.

Who wanted to take Julia to the hospital

instead of into custody?

- I did.

- On what grounds?

She may have had internal injuries.

She seemed to be in pain.


- Good job, Nina.

- The press conference's starting.

Take it easy.

I'm Angela Nilsson,

I'm heading the investigation.

Today we arrested someone for the

murder of David Lindholm.

The defendant will be

arraigned on Sunday.

Considerable evidence

was collected on site.

This morning David Lindholm was found

dead at his home.

A second victim was taken to the hospital.

But our priority is to find

his four year old son, Alexander Lindholm.

Alexander lived in the apartment,

but wasn't found.

We're looking for information about

Alexander and his whereabouts.

I'll now turn over the floor to the police.

In Sweden, officers are rarely killed.

Here that's seen as an attack on society.

No effort will be spared to resolve

this issue quickly.

Today we lost a respected colleague.

David Lindholm was also a well-known

public figure.

He was an example for everyone, both

inside and outside the police force.

A shot to the head,

three in the groin.

- Shot in the groin?

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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