German Prosecutor wants 7 years in prison for Dutch Audi-gang member
A prosecutor demanded 7 years in prison against a Dutch man believed to be part of the so-called Audi gang in a court in Accen on Wednesday, NOS reports.
The Dutch man, 25-year-old Mohamed al B., is suspected of involvement in two ATM bombings in Germany. He was arrested late last year after an ATM bombing in Florsheim am Main, near Frankfurt. He is also suspected of a bombing near Aachen.
The Audi-gang is a Dutch gang believed to be responsible for a number of ATM bombing attacks. After each attack, the members speed back to the Netherlands, almost always in stolen Audis. In February two Dutch people were killed in an accident with a stolen Audi. They were associated with the gang.
Al B. denies involvement in the ATM bombings, but confessed that he stole an Audi.