New leads reported in investigation of woman bombed, shot at in Amsterdam
The Amsterdam police received 10 useful tips in an investigation into three attacks on a young woman on Oude IJsselstraat in the Rivierenbuurt last year, Het Parool reports.
The 26-year-old woman, Zinna B., was attacked at her home on Oude IJsselstraat on April 9th, May 9th and June 9th last year. First her car was vandalized, then a hand grenade was thrown onto the porch of her home and then she was shot at at close range. She survived all these attacks.
Last week the police discussed the case on Opsoring Verzocht, giving the nicknames "Centjes" and "Mousssa" as related to the case. A week later, the police announced that they received 10 useful tips. What those tips contained is unclear.