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German woman’s funeral held. Agnes Elisabeth Müller was buried in Forsand municipality, Wednesday. Mourners gathered in an almost full church to pay their last respects to the deceased. Today’s funeral formed part of a series of events culminating in her passing.

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German woman’s funeral held

Published on Wednesday, 28th May, 2014 at 20:48 under the news category, by Manisha Choudhari.
Last Updated on 28th June 2014 at 01:19.

Agnes Elisabeth Müller was buried in Forsand municipality, Wednesday.

Forsand Church, where Agnes' funeral was held
The late Agnes Elisabeth Müller was buried following her funeral here today. This picture shows the church in 2007.Forsand Church, where Agnes' funeral was held
Photo: Rune Sattler/Wikimedia Commons


Mourners gathered in an almost full church to pay their last respects to the deceased.

Today’s funeral formed part of a series of events culminating in her passing.

Mrs Müller was last seen in the vicinity of Oanes ferry quay on 16th April at around 11pm.

Her husband reported her missing some three days later.

He was charged with her murder and has admitted to killing her after her body was discovered at a depth of 70 metres in Lysefjord.

An iron pole was secured to the body.

Agnes Elisabeth Müller
Agnes Elisabeth Müller
Rogaland Police District
Mrs Müller worked as a hairdresser in Sandnes municipality’s Ganddal.

She and her husband, Thomas Müller, moved from Hamburg to Norway with their two children in 2008.

Colleagues from the salon Müller worked at described her as caring, honest, conscientious and reliable.

Both her children, aged 7 and 11, decorated their mother’s coffin with orange, white and red flowers.

The Child Welfare in Forsand, where the family lived, will be trusted with taking care of the children.

The late Mrs Müller’s parents and brother flew up from Germany to attend the funeral.




Published on Wednesday, 28th May, 2014 at 20:48 under the news category, by Manisha Choudhari.
Last updated on 28th June 2014 at 01:19.

This post has the following tags: murder, norway, rogaland.





  
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