Friday, September 26, 2014 - 14:19
One arrested in Italy over Dutch car fire murder
Another two suspect have been arrested in the investigation into the death of Yvon Pfaff. The suspects are a 40 year old resident of Hertogenbosch and a 37 year old man from Druten. The 40 year old suspect is currently living in Italy. At the request of the Dutch investigation team, the Italian police arrested the man on Tuesday on the suspicion of involvement in Yvon Pfaff's death. There is an extradition request for the man so that the investigation can be continued in the Netherlands. A 37 year old man from Druten was also arrested for involvement in this case on Tuesday. He will appear before the magistrate on Friday. The first suspect to be arrested, a 33 year old man from Maurik, will also be appearing before the magistrate on Friday. The mortal remains of Yvon Pfaff was found in the early morning of June 22nd in a burnt out car in Sint Michielsgestel. It appears that the victim had been killed by violence.