are now new rules in place at the country's borders. In turn, violence against those seeking refuge in Sweden has also escalated in the past year. A boy, 15, from Somalia, who lived at the centre, is in police custody. However, police told MailOnline they had made the decision to keep the teenager behind bars due to the serious nature of the crime and the public outrage follow the brutal knife killing Miss Mezher. We are very grateful for these kinds of actions.' Miss Mezher had only worked at the centre in Mölndal for a few months. It has now emerged that Miss Mezher had been working alone at the housing in Mölndal, which is home to ten unaccompanied minors. The stabbing occurred on the same day as police in Sweden demanded more resources to stem rising violence apparently linked to the migrant crisis. Had he intended to hurt anyone else, then they have prevented that said police spokesperson Peter Adlersson. It is fair to say that they were really brave and courageous in their actions. Swedish police have today praised the actions of the other children living in the facility, hailing them 'heroes' after they overpowered the boy after he attacked Miss Mezher. 'I know that some of the kids aren't in a good place right now, because they came without their parents, so sometimes jag behöver den bästa dejtingsajt I was worried, but I knew that she had good co-workers.'.
According to the Swedish Migration Agency, the number of threats and violent incidents at asylum facilities more than doubled between 20In 2014, there were 148 incidents but in 2015 that number jumped to 322. Youngsters are normally sent to a secure childrens home following arrest, but the teenager is being held behind bars due to public outrage follow the brutal knife killing of Alexandra Mezher. Police have cordoned off the centre as forensics investigate Scene: Molndal, on Sweden's west coast, where the migrant centre is, has been the scene of rising tension in recent months. The attack on Alexandra Mezher allegedly by a 15-year-old unaccompanied migrant is also just the latest reported incident involving underaged new arrivals in Sweden in recent weeks. Details of the 15-year-old boy being held by murder detectives come as Miss Mezher's family blamed Sweden's migration crisis for her death. Despite rules that the staff should work in pairs, Miss Mezher had been working a night shift all by herself and was attacked just half an hour before daytime staff were due to take over, it is claimed. Like the rest of Europe, Sweden has been struggling with the continent's biggest migration crisis since World War. 'Everyone cried and someone said that this was something we had brought up before, that no one should work alone.' A spokesperson for HBV Living Nordic AB, which runs several care facilities for unaccompanied minors in the surrounding area, told the paper the rotas followed. The boy is being held at the police station.