A 49-year-old American man arrested in the disappearance of 12-year-old Hania from Rotterdam on Friday, is James B. from Louisiana. He has a daughter in the Netherlands, RTL Nieuws and AD report based on information from the lawyer representing the daughter and her mother. Hania was found alive in a hotel in Rotterdam with B. on Friday. The suspect was arraigned on Monday and remanded into custody for another two weeks, according to RTV Rijnmond.
A 12-year-old girl missing from Rotterdam since Thursday afternoon was found safe, police said. The victim, Hania, was the subject of an Amber Alert. She was found unharmed at a hotel, reportedly the Hilton Rotterdam off Hofplein.
The police released a photo of a man they are looking for in connection with the disappearance of 12-year-old Hania from Rotterdam on Thursday. Police suspect the missing girl is with this man, possibly an English-speaking person, authorities said.
If anyone spotted this man, or Hania herself, the police said on Friday that they urgently want to know about it..
The police issued an Amber Alert on Friday morning, calling the public's attention to the disappearance of 12-year-old Hania from Rotterdam. The girl went missing on Thursday afternoon. The police call her disappearance "worrying" and "urgent".
Meal delivery service Deliveroo teamed up with the police and Amber Alert to draw more attention to long-time missing person cases. From Tuesday Deliveroo meal deliverers in Amsterdam, The Hague, Breda and Nijmegen will drive around with the posters of missing persons on their bags, NOS reports.
The missing persons involved in the Deliveroo Ride to Find campaign are:
A six-month-old baby girl kidnapped in front of a grocery store on Monday morning was rescued by police just over the border on Monday evening. Authorities arrested the girl's biological parents, who were with baby Hannah when they were found together at a holiday park in Germany around 8 p.m., police revealed.
All three were still in Germany while their case was processed, police said. The Netherlands will request extradition.
The police issued an Amber Alert for 6 month old Hannah Simons, who was abducted in front of a Lidl supermarket in Eersel on Monday. The police believe her biological parents - Rowan S. and Kim de L. - are behind the abduction.
Youth services previously removed baby Hannah from her parents' custody, the police revealed.
The police are desperately looking for 15-year-old Abdullah Mazmahor, who went missing in Schiedam on Friday. The teenage boy is deaf and autistic and needs his heart medication. He was last seen leaving Obrechtsraat in Schiedam around 11:00 p.m. on Friday, wearing a cream colored shirt. "Family and police are very worried, also because he left in the freezing cold without a coat", the police said in a statement.
In 2016 Amber Alerts were issued for a total of 23 missing children in the Netherlands, according to the annual report the organization presented on Wednesday. 22 of these kids were returned unharmed, ANP reports.
In 21 of the Amber Alert cases, the kids were found and returned home within a month. The average age of the kids involved was 11 years. 61 percent of them were girls, the other 39 percent boys.
Nadia Rashid found GPS trackers under her car on six separate occasions in the months before her 2-year-old daughter Insiya was kidnapped from their home in Amsterdam. On television program Pauw on Wednesday Rashid spoke openly about her relationship with Shehzad Hemani, Insiya's father and the one believed to be behind her kidnapping
Shehzad Hemani very carefully prepared for the kidnapping of his 2-year-old daughter Insiya in Amsterdam last week, according to AT5. He was spotted observing his ex's house for hours before the kidnapping.
The police are still looking for little Insiya Hemani, who was kidnapped in Amsterdam on Thursday morning. An Amber Alert was issued for the 2-year-old girl on Thursday afternoon. The police believe that the little girl is with her father, 37-year-old Shehzad Hemani from India
Amber Alert messages were issued in 74 missing children cases in the Netherlands last year. Almost all, 97 percent, of these kids were found within a month. 81 percent were found within a week of going missing, according to annual figures from Amber Alert Nederland
A young man with Down's Syndrome that went missing from Alkmaar on Thursday, was found safe and sound in Maastricht a few hours later. It turns out that he was not so much missing, as on an adventure.
The Dutch government must do more to find missing migrant children. These cases of missing children must be investigated thoroughly and action must be taken to prevent kids from this vulnerable group disappearing, according to interest group Defense for Children
Eraj Alper Zorlu has been found unharmed and is now back home with his parents. The police issued an amber alert for the boy on Tuesday after he did not come home from school.
The police have issued an Amber Alert for 12 year old Eraj Alper Zorlu from Vleuten. The boy did not come home from school on Tuesday.
From Friday Amber Alerts will show up on Dutch Facebook users' timelines immediately after the alert has been issued. This means that the Alert, which is usually issued to find missing children, will reach millions of extra people, NOS reports.
The missing 14 year old girl from Hardinxveld-Giessendam has been found. The police found Marilyn with two men in a home in Diemen on Monday night. According to the police, she is doing well under the circumstances. The two men found with the girl has been arrested.
The police have triggered an Amber Alert for missing 14 year old Marilyn from Hardinxveld-Giessendam. The girl never returned home after school on Friday.
The police have released an Amber Alert for 9 year old Issa Sesay who went missing yesterday afternoon.
The D66 in the European Parliament wants to introduce a European-wide AMBER Alert to find missing children as efficiently as possible. This was proposed by frontrunner Sophie 't Veld during a European election debate in Maastricht earlier this month.
The nine-year old Pedro Ates from Amsterdam, for whom an Amber Alert was issued on Monday, has been found. Police last night sounded the alarm when Pedro wasn't at school and never came home.
The police have issued an Amber Alert for a missing 9-year old boy from Amsterdam-Osdorp. The boy is called Pedro Ates and was last seen at 8 a.m. on Monday when he went to school. It seems he never made it to school, and wasn't home at 4:30 p.m.