After more than six weeks of evidence, prosecutors began to close their case against Caroline Dela Rose Nilsson on Thursday. Nilsson, 29, has pleaded not guilty to the murder of Myrna Nilsson at the home they shared on Bunbury Terrace at Valley View, in Adelaide’s north, on September 30, 2016. The court has heard Caroline Nilsson told police that two or three men with ”loud and angry voices” assaulted her, tied her up with speaker wire and tape, and ransacked the house. The court has previously heard it was neighbours who discovered Caroline Nilsson tied up and “moaning and groaning” outside the home about 10pm. Prosecutors are due to continue their closing remarks tomorrow, before defence close their case and Justice Chris Bleby sums up.