American teenager Maggie Lee will leave the Netherlands and return home with her mother voluntarily, the Dutch Public Prosecutor and family spokesperson Ronald Donders said to newspaper AD.
A missing 16-year-old German girl is believed to be in Amsterdam, the Dutch police said in a call for the public to keep an eye out for her. L. N. has been missing from Frankfurt, Germany since April 23rd.
The girl is about 1.8 meters tall, with shoulder length brown hair. She has light brown eyes and wears a black nose piercing. According to the police, L. speaks no Dutch, but is fluent in German and English. She is a smoker.
According to the German police, L. has friends in numerous European countries. It is not clear why she is believed to be in Amsterdam.
American teenager Maggie Lee is still in custody for identity theft, but will likely be released during the course of Tuesday. The 16-year-old girl used her sister's passport to travel from the United States to the Netherlands. Her father, Daniel Lee, is furious that airport border controls and airlines allowed her to travel with someone else's passport, he said to the Telegraaf from Clarksville in Tennessee.
American mother Sabrina Lee traveled to the Netherlands to look for her missing 16-year-old daughter, whose been missing for almost a month. All that is known about Maggie's disappearance is that she was talking to a boy from The Hague area online and that she got on a plane to the Netherlands. Sabrina is desperately hoping for Maggie's safe return. "Maggie, I love you and I'm waiting for you, please come home", she said to RTL Nieuws.
The Dutch police are looking for 16-year-old Margaret Lee from the United States. The American teenager traveled to the Netherlands by herself on April 1st and has been missing since her arrival. There are indications that she was chatting with a boy from The Hague, the police confirmed to RTL Nieuws.
Nadia Rashid, mother of kidnapped 2-year-old Insiya Hemani, started an online petition in an effort to get her daughter back from India. She hopes the petition will persuade the Dutch government to increase their efforts and the Indian government to cooperate, RTL Nieuws reports.
Ikram Ammari, a 13-year-old girl missing from Driebergen in Utrecht since Monday, was found unharmed on Tuesday night, the police said in a statement. Where she was during the more than 24 hours that she was missing is unclear. The police would also not say where she was found.
Dozens of police were joined by a military search-and-rescue unit in a concerted effort to track down Ikram Ammari, a 13-year-old girl missing from Driebergen, Utrecht since Monday. The search is centered in the heavily-wooded area between Driebergen and Zeist where some of the girl’s belongings were found.
Part of the search took place at a natural body of water in the woods, while patrols were also seen inspecting condemned commercial property and parking lots in the area, local reports said.
Two men suspected of involvement in the kidnapping of 2-year-old Insiya Hemani from Amsterdam in September last year, are in court on Thursday. Their lawyers claim that 47-year-old Robert B. and 59-year-old Frederick S. were only trying to help a distraught father get his daughter back, according to reporter Victor Schildkamp tweeting live from the courtroom.
Missing 11-year-old Nikkie from Deventer has been found. She was reunited with mother around 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday at a police station. She is in good health, mother Cindy said to the Telegraaf.
An 11-year-old girl went missing in Deventer on Tuesday night. Nikkie was last seen around 8:00 p.m. A family member states on Facebook that she never returned home from playing outside.
According to a description spread on Burgernet, Nikkie is a Caucasian girl with blond hair. She is about 1.50 meters tall and was wearing gray jeans and a black jacket when she was last seen.
Anyone with information about the 11-year-old's whereabouts should call the police on 112.
Two 16-year-old Dutch girls have been missing since Tuesday. The authorities believe that Femke Lucas and Sam Bruijs from Bergen op Zoom took a bus to Eindhoven Airport on Tuesday and then flew to Malaga in southern Spain. They were last seen there on surveillance camera footage, Omroep Brabant reports.
Why the two girls suddenly decided to go to Spain remains a mystery, for the police and their families. At this stage the police believe that the two aren't in any trouble, but they are taking the matter seriously.
Ministers Bert Koenders of Foreign Affairs and Ard van der Steur of Security and Justice are working on getting kidnapped toddler Insiya Hemani back home. They are working through the embassy in India to try and get the 2-year-old girl back to the Netherlands, NOS reports.
"The most important thing isthat we manage to bring her back", Koenders said to the broadcaster. "It is a terrible case in which excessive violence was used, also in the Netherlands. Van der Steur called it a terrible tragedy. In the interest of the case, the minsters can't say more.
The police arrested two new suspects on Tuesday in connection with the kidnapping of 2-year-old Insiya Hemani
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
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
A 2.5 year old girl was abducted from a home in Amsterdam on Thursday morning. The police are worried that she may have been taken abroad.
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
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.
Amina El Bahmouti, the 15 year old girl who rescued a toddler from drowning in Rotterdam last year, has gone missing. She was last seen in Capelle aan den IJssel on June 16th.