The police released surveillance camera footage showing a cyclist wanted in connection with the murder of Rosleny Magdalena in Amsterdam Zuidoost in November last year.
Three suspects were arrested on Tuesday in connection with the death of an 80-year-old woman on Kastanjeplein in June last year. One of the suspects is the victim's son, 54-year-old Hans W., according to the Telegraaf.
A 24-year-old man from Hellevoetsluis turned himself in at a police station in Dordrecht on Thursday. He was internationally wanted for a fatal shooting in his home-town on Boxing Day. This means that all four suspects in the case is now in custody, the police said in a statement.
The number of murders and manslaughters in the Netherlands dropped to 109 in 2016, according to Elsevier's annual murder list. That is the lowest number of killings since the list was started in 1992.
The record low number of murders does not match the public's idea of violent crimes in the Netherlands, according to Elsevier. "Assassinations get excessive attention in the media an the public therefore has the impression that everything is going wrong", the magazine writes.
The widow of a 35-year-old Macedonian man, who died during an arrest in Maastricht on December 20th, is suing the police. She is accusing the police of murder or manslaughter, her lawyer Hakan Kulcu confirmed to newspaper AD.
On Monday morning the police arrested several people suspected of involvement in the assassination of 24-year-old criminal Isilnando Kammeron at AMC in Amsterdam on October 10th. All suspects come from Amsterdam, the police announced on Tuesday night.
It is not clear exactly how many suspects were arrested or how they were involved in the crime.
The Rotterdam police's cold case team reopened the case surrounding the murder of 17-year-old Petra van den Berg during the early morning hours of New Year's Day 1982. This is a final attempt to find the Rotterdam teen's murderer, AD reports.
A dead man found in the Almere Haven on Thursday was identified as 40 year old Jdesse Boerenveen, who had been missing since December 1st. It is believed that he was in debt to drug pushers and that they kidnapped him, Het Parool reports.
According to the newspaper, Boerenveen was held in a garage in Wormerveer after his disappearance. A video surfaced of a man and a woman beating him and demanding money from him. On the video the woman can be heard shouting: "Where is my money, dirty crook. You're going nowhere. You are trapped in a dungeon with a few Moroccans at home."
Nearly a quarter of all the murders and manslaughters committed in the Netherlands this year, were committed in Amsterdam. Throughout the Netherlands 99 people were killed by violence so far this year, 23 of the victims died in Amsterdam, according to figures from moordatlas.nl, AD reports.
Last year there were a total of 115 homocides in the Netherlands, with the 100th victim dying on November 8th. So far it seems likely that there will be fewer homicides this year, following the downward trend of the past years.
Eleven arrests were made in Costa Rica in connection with the murders of a Dutch couple and a Nicaraguan man in the Central American country in January, RTL Nieuws reports.
Hans Snelders and Sita Dhawtal were found dead in their home on their teak plantation in Puntarenas on January 4th. They were handcuffed and shot dead. The foreman of their tree farm, the man from Nicaragua, was also killed.
Former tennis coach Mark de J.'s lawyer wants to call tennis players Robin Haase and Igor Sijsling to testify as witnesses in the trial surrounding the murder of businessman Koen Everink. The Public Prosecutor has no problem with calling the tennis players as witnesses, was revealed in a pre-trial hearing in Utrecht on Monday, ANP reports.
Two bodies were found in an apartment building on Klaverweide in Voorburg on Wednesday afternoon. The victims are a 57-year-old man and his 87-year-old mother. The elderly woman was murdered, according to the police in a statement.
The Dutch authorities offered a reward of 15 thousand euros for information that leads to the resolution of the case surrounding the murder of 51-year-old Susanna Boon from Amsterdam. Boon's body was found in woods near Nunspeet on March 29th after she went missing on January 8th.
Jolanda van der Wijden, step-mother of in 1995 raped and murdered Nicole van den Hurk, "flipped out" when the court acquitted Jos de G. of killing the 15-year-old girl on Monday, she said while discussing the court ruling on RTL Late Night on Tuesday.
Ron P., convicted for the 1994 rape and murder of air hostess Christel Ambrosius in Putten, is innocent, according to scientist and author Ton Derksen. If this is true, P. is third man to be wrongly convicted for the young woman's death, Omroep Gelderland reports.
Ron P. was sentenced to 18 in years in prison for rape and murder in 2011. Before him two other men, Herman Dubois and Wilco Viets, were convicted, spent time in jail and the acquitted for the same case.
The family of murdered 15-year-old Nicole van den Hurk is absolutely stunned that suspect Jos de G. was acquitted of killing her. De G. was found guilty of raping the gilr in 1995 and sentenced to five years in prison. Nicole's father Ad van den Hurk called the ruling a "huge disappointment" in an interview with the Telegraaf.
Today the court in Den Bosch will rule in the case surrounding the murder of 15-year-old Nicole van den Hurk in 1995. Suspect Jos de G. faces 14 years in prison. "Of course you can never live with a punishment that will never be high enough for someone who killed your daughter", father Ad van den Hurk said on Omroep Brabant program Kraak on Sunday. "But it is the highest punisment the court can impose."
The woman found dead on a bridge near Maldenhof in Amsterdam Zuidoost on Thursday morning, is 28-year-old woman from Zuidoost. She was the mother of a 6-year-old child, AT5 reports.
The victim was killed in a shooting, the police confirmed. She had no criminal record. The motive for her murder is unclear.
The body of a woman was found on a bridge near Maldenhof in Amsterdam on Thursday morning. She died "under suspicious circumstances", a police spokesperson said to AT5.
According to the police, there was a shooting. But the spokesperson could not confirm whether the woman died as a result of the shooting. The police investigation will determine this.
The police are searching the area with a helicopter and sniffer dogs.
A local resident told the broadcaster that two shots were fired around 8:00 a.m. on Thursday morning.
The surviving family of businessman Koen Everink filed a lawsuit in an Utrecht court on Wednesday demanding just over 26 thousand euros from Mark de J. De J.
On Wednesday night the police closed down Veenderweg in Ede and evacuated six homes after possible explosives were found in one of the houses on the street. The Explosive Ordnance Team investigated and concluded that there were no explosives in the house.
"We had reason to thik that they were explosives, but that turned out not to be so", a police spokesperson confirmed to ANP.
A 20-year-old man from Ede was arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of involvement in the murder of a 19-year-old woman. The young woman was killed in her home on Agnietendaal on Tuesday night, the Gelderlander reports.
According to the police, the young man was arrested "based on the currently available information". At this stage it is unclear what the police believe the young man's roll was in the murder. The police are still investigation.