The father of Ebba Åkerlund, the 11-year-old Swedish girl killed during an Islamic terror attack in 2017, says her grave in Stockholm has been desecrated over 100 times.
Åkerlund was dismembered and killed when Islamic migrant terrorist Rakhmat Akilov drove a truck through a shopping street on April 7th, 2017, killing five people and seriously injuring 14 others.
The culprit, 37-year-old Rakhmat Akilov, was a rejected asylum seeker from Uzbekistan.
Since her death, Ebba’s father Stefan Åkerlund has visited her grave every day at 10am to say good morning and every evening at 6pm to say goodnight.
However, after another act of desecration this week, Åkerlund says his daughter’s grave at the Adolf Fredrik cemetery in central Stockholm has been vandalized over 100 times.
“You get sad when you come here and see that someone, either just vandalized or also stole,” he told Nyheter24, noting that in the latest incident flowers he left to mark Ebba’s birthday had been overturned, a glass lantern smashed and other items stolen.
Åkerlund has been calling for surveillance cameras to be set up to catch the culprits but has so far been ignored.
“It doesn’t matter if it’s only x hours a day that the camera works, it’s enough if there are camera surveillance images, I think it helps,” he said.