bodies found

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Sep 19 '17 13:10

Two bodies found in the water of the Thijssengracht in Giethoorn on Monday, were identified as two Polish seasonal workers. Their car crashed into the canal last week, and they had been missing since, AD reports.

The victims are two men, aged 24 and 44 years. After the accident, divers searched the car and canal, but could not find the victims. Investigation confirmed that the two Polish men were the occupants of the car. 

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Jul 26 '17 12:20

The police will make no further announcements about two persons who were found dead in a home in Weert on Monday "out of respect for the loved ones", the police said in a statement. The victims were identified as a 44-year-old man and a 42-year-old woman who lived in the home on Graafschap Hornelaan.

According to the police, investigation ruled out a crime "involving a third person". The investigation was therefore closed.

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Jul 24 '17 12:50

The police found two bodies in an apartment on Graafschap Hornelaan in Weert, Limburg on Monday morning. Exactly what happened in the home is still unclear. The police are investigating, ANP reports.

According to Eindhovens Dagblad, the victims are a man and a woman. Around 9:30 a.m. emergency services received a report that the two did not show up at work. The police went to check the home and found the bodies.

De Limburger reported that there was a fight at the same address earlier on Monday morning, but the police deny this. 

The Albert Canal between Luik and Antwerp in Belgium
Jun 15 '17 07:35

A Dutch car containing two bodies was pulled out of the Albert canal in Belgium on Wednesday afternoon. The canal is less than a kilometer away from the Netherlands' border, 1Limburg reports.

The bodies have not yet been identified. According to the Belgian judiciary, the car was in the water for at least six months. At this stage there are no indications of a crime. An autopsy will be done on the bodies on Friday to try and determine cause of death. At the time being, the Belgian authorities assume it was a double suicide, according to the news site. 

Forensic investigators in Dishoek, Zeeland where two bodies were found, 13 Apr 2017
Apr 13 '17 11:58

The bodies of a man and a woman were found in the Zeeland village of Dishoek, near Vlissingen on Thursday morning. According to the police, they were murdered, NOS reports.

Emergency services were at the scene at around 9:30 a.m. According to BN de Stem, a passerby noticed a dark blue Mercedes in some bushes on Verlengde Dishoekseweg and called the police. Responding officers found the bodies and closed down the area, according to the newspaper.

It is unclear whether the bodies were found inside the car. 

Two bodies found at old Hotel Rembrant in Arnhem, 23 March 2017
Mar 24 '17 07:34

Two bodies were found in the old Hotel Rembrandt on Patersstraat in Arnhem on Thursday night, the police said in a statement. The victims are a man and a woman.

The police responded to the building around 7:30 p.m. after an alarm went off. No further details were given, other than that the police are investigating the circumstances of the victims' deaths.

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Nov 24 '16 09:09

Two bodies were found in an apartment building on Klaverweide in Voorburg on Wednesday afternoon. The victims are a 57-year-old man and his 87-year-old mother. The elderly woman was murdered, according to the police in a statement.

Sep 6 '16 08:48

The police managed to identify two people found dead in a home on Mr Bardeslaan in Amstelveen on Sunday night. The victims are a 31-year-old woman from Groningen and a 22-year-old man from Amstelveen.

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Dec 14 '15 13:10

The two bodies that were discovered in a home on Kinslemeerstraat on Sunday evening were identified as 16 year old Fleur van der Mark and her Mother Manon Pieters. The bodies were killed in a "gruesome way" found hidden in a crawl space

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Sep 18 '15 14:32

The police are investigating the deaths of a 55 year old man and his 58 year old wife in Rotterdam

Feb 5 '15 08:04

The police investigation into the two bodies found in a house on Einderstraat in Schinveld, Limburg on Sunday has been closed. The investigation showed that both the man and the woman died of natural causes, the police report on their website.

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