The bribery scandal that began to hit Systembolaget late last year, may include over 90 people, according to local press reports. 
Store managers with the Swedish state-run alcohol retail monopoly were accused of taking bribes in return for stocking certain products in the best positions in the stores.
Reports suggest 92 people are suspected of giving or taking bribes in the scandal. Of those, 77 are Systembolaget employees and the remaining 15 are employed with some of its suppliers.

It was alledged in the press that the biggest single bribe was for around 100,000 Swedish crowns (US$13,600). The total value of bribes reached 1.2m crowns.

The majority of those who are found guilty will be laid off, Systembolaget's CEO Anitra Steen said.