Freddy D. from Hoogeveen is suspected of strangling his 12-year-old stepdaughter Djamila Marissen to death, the Public Prosecutor revealed in a pro-forma hearing for this case on Thursday afternoon.
Two people were found dead in a home on A. Le Notrelaan in the Noord-Holland town of Velserbroek on Tuesday night. The police are investigating.
The police are still working on identifying the victims, the Kennemerland police said on Twitter. So far no information was released about how they died.
A neighbor told Haarlems Dagblad that a Syrian family with one child lives in the home. A number of bystanders reported hearing shots fired. According to the Telegraaf, one of the victims was found on the home's balcony.
A 25-year-old man found dead in a Breda flat earlier this month is very likely one of two perpetrators of a violent robbery in Bladel last year, according to the police. That robbery forms part of an investigation into Rabobank employees tipping criminals off about people withdrawing large sums of money at the bank.
The police found trace evidence in the Bladel victim's home that investigators linked to the man murdered in the Breda flat, the police said in a statement on Wednesday.
The police found the body of a man in a home on Kloosterpad in Den Hoorn on Monday evening. Investigators believe he was killed in a crime. Three men were arrested, the police said in a statement on Tuesday.
Police officers responded to the home around 7:15 p.m. after receiving a report of a body. Detectives and a forensic team immediately launched an investigation.
Three men were arrested in the vicinity of the home. The suspects, one aged 37 and two 40-year-olds, are from Delft, Rijswijk and Den Hoorn. They are suspected of involvement in the victim's death.
Former tennis coach Mark de J. was sentenced to 18 years in prison by the court in Utrecht on Tuesday. The court found him guilty of murdering businessman Koen Everink in March 2016. The sentence is equal to what the prosecutor demanded, NOS reports.
A 55-year-old man was found dead in a house on Alouette Erf in Capelle aan den IJssel on Saturday. Initial investigation indicates that he was killed in a crime. The police are investigating and call on witnesses to come forward.
At around 11:30 p.m. on Saturday a resident of Alouette Erf came home to find his roommate dead in the kitchen. He immediately called the police, who launched an investigation. The police closed off the home as a crime scene and a forensic team was called in to investigate.
The police arrested a suspect in connection with the death of Nathalie Polak. The 21-year-old woman was found dead on New Year's morning after a fire in her apartment on Concorde in Buren.
An autopsy on the young woman's body revealed that she was killed in a crime, the Gelderlander reports. There were also signs of arson in her flat.
The police arrested two members of outlaw motorcycle club No Surrender who they believe may have been involved in the murder of Esther Paul from Almere. The two men, aged 32 and 40, were arrested in Amsterdam on Monday, the police said in a statement on Tuesday.
A woman was found dead in a home on Mathenesserweg in Rotterdam on Monday afternoon. The police believe she was killed in a crime. One man was arrested, the police said in a statement.
The victim still has to be formally identified, but the police believe she is the 39-year-old resident of the first floor home. The police responded to the home around 4:15 p.m. after other people in the home called emergency number 112.
The police discovered a woman brutally murdered in a yoga studio on Neptunusstraat in Den Haag on Thursday while investigating a missing person report. A woman living on Neptunusstraat was reported missing on Tuesday, January 9th. The body was found when the police went to investigate the missing woman's home two days later. "Investigation must reveal whether the woman found in the home on Neptunusstraat is also the woman who was reported missing", the police said.
A woman was found dead in a yoga studio in the Neptunusstraat in Den Hague on Thursday afternoon. The police suspects the woman was victim of a brutal crime. A 40-year-old man from Den Haag was arrested in connection with the case, according to a police report.
In a court hearing on Wednesday it was revealed that Michael P., the suspect in Anne Faber's murder case, admitted to kidnapping, raping and murdering the young woman. Faber was reported missing from Utrecht on September 29, the same day P. said he killed her.
The news was disclosed by the Public Prosecutor during a pre-trial hearing in the case against P. The 27-year-old is from from Zeewolde, where Faber's body was found.
The Public Prosecutor released information about the suspect under arrest for the murder of the Italian mafioso Saverio Tucci (44) in October 2017. The suspect is also an Italian, Carlo M., sixty years old, the Parool reported.
A man from Venezuela was arrested in the Dominican Republic under suspicion of involvement in the murder of two Dutch citizens from Amsterdam last year.
According to the Dominican Republic's police the arrested man's name is Carlos José Gascon González alias El Gocho (the pig). He is supposedly the leader of a criminal group active in the Caribbean, South America, the USA and Europe. According to newspaper AD he was captured on Dec. 29 in the neighborhood of Piantini in Santo Doming, the capital city.
Sharleyne (8), a little girl that three years ago died falling from the 10th floor of a building in Hoogeveen, could have been strangled and then pushed down by her mother, the lawyer for the girl's father said to AD. This happened sometime overnight between night June 7 and 8 in 2015 in the flat where the girl lived with her mother in Hoogeveen.
In previous trials it had not been possible to clarify whether the blonde girl's tragic fall had been an accident or a crime.
15-year-old Brian N., the boy convicted of raping and murdering 14-year-old Romy Nieuwburg from Hoevelaken in June, was under treatment by mental health care institution De Waag because of a previous sexual offense at the time. Newspaper AD reports that the Dutch Youth and Healthcare Inspectorate launched an investigation.
For the first time in years, the number of murders and manslaughters increased in the Netherlands. So far this year, 159 people were killed by someone else, a massive 48 more than in 2016, according to figures from Moordatlas.nl, AD reports.
On Wednesday the court in Leeuwarden acquitted 40-year-old Cafer G. on appeal. G. was perviously convicted for killing 45-year-old Michael de Vrieze from Burum in 2010. His body was never found. The Leeuwarden court ruled that there is not enough evidence to prove murder, ANP reports.
De Vrieze disappeared from his Groningen home in 2010. The police eventually concluded that he had been murdered there, according to the news wire. G. was also staying in the home at the time. And blood from the victim was later found in the home.
The family of Ivana Smit asked the Dutch Public Prosecution Service to investigate the young model's death in Malaysia early this month. The request was made after Dutch forensic pathologist Frank de Groot did a first autopsy on the young woman's body and found that some of her injuries are not consistent with a fall from a great height, the Telegraaf reports.
The car of Hennie de Laat, who was found murdered on Hoogvensestraat in Tilburg on Saturday, was found on Bachlaan in the city on Tuesday morning. A police officer noticed the Opel Corsa parked on the street. The police are looking for witnesses who saw the car being parked, Omroep Brabant reports.
Family members and friends of Hennie de Laat, a 58-year-old woman found murdered on Hoogvensestraat in Tilburg on Saturday, are arranging a vigil for her on Wednesday, Brabants Dagblad reports.
The vigil will start at 7:00 p.m. Participants are asked to gather on Veestraat, from where they will silently march through the city. Those who want to join the march, are asked to bring a red ribbon along.
The police are investigating the death of a woman in Tilburg on Saturday night. A passerby found the woman seriously injured on Hoogvensestraat in the neighborhood of Hoogvenne, ANP reports.
Emergency services tried to resuscitate the woman, but it was to no avail. She died on the street.
The victim is 58-year-old Hennie de Laat, several sources told Brabants Dagblad. A spokesperson for the police told the newspaper that there is a very good chance she was killed in a crime, though refused to confirm the victim's identity.
The injuries found on Dutch model Ivana Smit's body, are not immediately consistent with a fall from a great height, according to forensic pathologist Frank de Groot.