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Police investigate the scene  where a house burned down near Skara, Sweden, 33 km (20 miles)  southwest of capital Stockholm, Sweden, Sunday, Jan. 2 2011.  Police say a house fire appears to have killed Swedish actor Per Oscarsson, who starred in movies based on Stieg Larsson's Millennium trilogy, and his wife. Police spokesman Jan Strommegard says the remains of one person were found Sunday in the ashes of the house and are probably those of the 83-year-old actor or his wife, 67-year-old Kia Ostling. Both were reported missing by their relatives who say the couple apparently was home when the fire destroyed the house early Friday.  (AP Photo / Bjorn Larsson Rosvall,  Scanpix Sweden) SWEDEN  OUT
Photo by: BJORN LARSSON ROSVALL / SCANPIX
Police investigate the scene where a house burned down near Skara, Sweden, 33 km (20 miles) southwest of capital Stockholm, Sweden, Sunday, Jan. 2 2011. Police say a house fire appears to have killed Swedish actor Per Oscarsson, who starred in movies based on Stieg Larsson's Millennium trilogy, and his wife. Police spokesman Jan Strommegard says the remains of one person were found Sunday in the ashes of the house and are probably those of the 83-year-old actor or his wife, 67-year-old Kia Ostling. Both were reported missing by their relatives who say the couple apparently was home when the fire destroyed the house early Friday. (AP Photo / Bjorn Larsson Rosvall, Scanpix Sweden) SWEDEN OUT

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