Bangladesh, Dec. 2 -- Police in Stockholm are investigating a woman in her 70s suspected of having kept her son locked up - reportedly for 28 years - in an apartment south of the Swedish capital, investigators said Tuesday.

Prosecutor Emma Olsson, who heads the preliminary investigation, said the woman who was held on suspicion of unlawful deprivation of liberty and grievous bodily harm.

Olsson said the 41-year-old son was found by a relative who then alerted authorities.

The woman has denied wrongdoing, Olsson said, adding that the son was admitted to a hospital to be treated for "the physical injuries he had when he was found."

"We cannot go into what type of injuries" he has, Olsson said.

Swedish newspaper Expressen said the man w...