The Guardia Civil have arrested a Filipino woman, named as Flor Sespida G, in connection with the murder of German widow Irmela Regina Femmer, who was stabbed to death in her home at Sa Mola, Andraitx, last January. She is accused of being an accessory after the fact. The Guardia Civil are not revealing anything about their investigations, but sources confirmed that the suspect was arrested last Monday and appeared before a judge yesterday. She is accused of having sheltered the two persons who committed the crime. The woman lives in Palma and she does not have a police record in Spain. It is believed that two persons were involved in the crime, one who did the stabbing while the other remained on watch outside. The victim received five stab wounds with two knives. One of them cut her jugular vein and one penetrated the abdomen. For two weeks after the murder there was a tight police cordon around Sa Mola. It is believed that the Guardia Civil know the identity of the two persons, but have been unable to locate them. The motive was robbery, but they did not get away with a big haul. Weeks after the murder, thieves broke into the chalet, breaking the police seals, and got away with jewellery valued at 30 million pesetas.