Shannon Mak Prosecution hoping strands of blonde hair provide enough evidence

first_img <a href=’;cb={random}’ target=’_blank’><img src=’;cb={random}&amp;n=ab2c8853&amp;ct0={clickurl_enc}’ border=’0′ alt=” /></a> FacebookFacebook Prosecutors in the case against Jelle Rijpma, the man accused of murdering Shannon Mak in 2018, are hoping that the blonde strands of hair found in the shower within the flat that the accused was renting should provide enough evidence to indicate that the victim was on the premises.This was revealed on Tuesday during the compilation of evidence against Jelle Rijpma the 23-year-old Dutch national that allegedly stabbed Shannon Mak outside his residence in Santa Venera on the 3rd of August of 2018.During yesterday’s session, Rijpma did not show any emotion and ignored the presence of the victim’s family. Two criminology experts presented a report of what was found on the scene of the murder, and the flat that was rented by the accused in Triq l-Istampaturi in Santa Venera to the Court.They explained to the Magistrate that they found strands of blonde hair that matched with that of the victim around the shower handle in the residence of the accused, as well as traces of blood and 17 cigarette butts.The compilation of evidence is expected to resume next month.WhatsApp SharePrintlast_img

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