The bodies of Louisa Vesterager Jespersen, 24, from Denmark, and Maren Ueland, 28, from Norway, were found on Monday near Imlil in the Atlas Mountains. Three men were arrested this morning in Marrakesh following a 72-hour manhunt, after another person was detained on Monday. The first suspect has been linked to an Islamic terror group, authorities confirmed.
And Danish intelligence said it was investigating a video shared on social media claiming to show the gruesome killing of one of the tourists.
The chilling clip shows a man cutting a woman’s neck with what appears to be a kitchen knife.
The words “this is in revenge for our brothers in Hajin” can be heard in reference to the last ISIS stronghold in Syria which has been seized by US-backed forces.
In a statement, the Danish intelligence service said ISIS could be behind the horrific killings.
It said: “The video and preliminary investigation according to the Moroccan authorities indicate that the killings may be related to the terrorist organisation Islamic State.
“This is a case of an unusually bestial killing of two totally innocent young women.”
Ms Jespersen and Ms Ueland traveled to Morocco for…
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