s are probing the death of a 31-year-old woman who was found dead in Gothenburg in August 1980. A 26-year-old woman was found dead in the
city of Malmo a month later Both the female victims bodies had been dumped on building sites. Read MoreRelated ArticlesYorkshire Ripper reveals he despised evil Moors Murderer Ian Brady because he was bad loser at chess Sutcliffe is serving 20 life sentences (Image: Mirrorpix) Sutcliffe was named by British police to their Swedish counterparts as a possible suspect, newspaper Kvallsposten reported. Detectives in Sweden say a ferry passenger list proves Sutcliffe was likely in Malmo at the time of the second murder. An active investigation is underway after it emerged a single hair was found on the body which could help police nail the killer. Swedish police chief Bo Lundqvist told Kvallsposten that West Yorkshir
e Police had spoken to his force. He told the newspaper: They wanted answers. Including whether we have
the type of murder, whether forensic evidence exists and whether there is anything that can be investigated using new techniques. They also wanted to know whether Peter Sutcliffe was named in any investigations. I think you have to be prepared to go far to seek the truth when there is still such a str
ong circumstance that it might be Peter Sutcliffe. It is his signature, and I am referring to brutality. The Yorkshire Ripper killed 13 women (Image: PA) Sutcl
iffe, 70, is currently serving 20 life sentences over the murder of 13 women in the late 1970s. West Yorkshire
Police have yet to comment on the claims.