Neighbours heard no gunshots in Turkish nationalist’s murder
No gunshots were heard when Turkish nationalist Haydar Zengin was murdered in a building on Derkinderenstraat in Amsterdam on October 15th, though the man was shot several times. This is according to the police file on the case.
The police are asking for the public's help in solving this murder. Turkish-born Amsterdam resident Haydar Zengin, 37, was found dead in the building on lot 11 on Derkinderenstraat around 3:10 p.m. on Thursday, October 15th.
He was shot several times.
The police have determined that Zengin was still alive around noon of that they, which means that the murder happened sometime between noon and 3:10 p.m. Zengin was a former lawyer who often visited that building to do administrative work.
He was the father of two children and was separated from the children's mother. He has no criminal record. The police would firstly like to make contact with anyone who can give more information about the victim. They are looking for more information on who Zengin was, who he hung out with, what he was involved in and whether he had any problems.
Then the police would also like to talk to anyone who may have noticed anything suspicious in or around the building in question. This includes anything suspicious noticed on the day of the murder or in the days and weeks preceding it, such as suspicious persons or vehicles or anything out of the ordinary.