The police are still looking for the gunman in a shooting on Bijlmerplein in Amsterdam on Tuesday, May 13th, 2014. One man was shot in the face. The bullet is still in the man's throat - more than a year after the shooting. Opsporing Verzocht paid attention to this case on Tuesday.
The police are considering doing a large-scale DNA kinship investigation in the Valkenswaard area in the search for a serial rapist. In such an investigation the police would ask men to voluntarily give a DNA sample so that the offender could be traced through family trees and matching chromosomes, Omroep Brabant reports.
The police have received an important tip about the murder of former minister Els Borst. Crime journalist Peter R. de Vries received information about someone with a duty of confidentiality, who can not talk to the police him-/herself. De Vries gave the tip to the police.
The widow of the murdered mental health director Rob Zweekhorst made an appeal to the public to share any information that could lead to solving the murder on television on Saturday night.
The police have received a "handful" of tips after a broadcast of Opsporing Verzocht in which the police ask for information about the street dealer who is selling white heroin as cocaine.
Yesterday the police released a composite sketch of a man seen in a car on the street just before a baby was found in an underground garbage container in Amsterdam on October 26th.
On Wednesday afternoon a 24 year old man from Assen turned himself in to the police after he saw footage of himself broadcast on Opsporing Verzocht.
The police announced that the De Mol family has received another blackmail letter.
Media mogul John de Mol has been receiving letters from a man who is threatening his sister Linda de Mol and her children if a large sum of money is not transfered to him. Police have published a sketch of at least one person involved in the extortion, and are thoroughly investigating the case.
The Department of Justice has released new footage relating to the murder of 48-year-old Robert Voorhorst in Zwolle last week, and is asking for witnesses to help in identifying the culprits, the Algemeen Dagblad reports.
The Public Prosecutor offered a 15 thousand euro reward for information leading to a breakthrough in the murder case in Zwolle.
The police has received dozens of tips about the 31-year old woman who traveled the country robbing elderly women of their valuables in retirement homes. After the case was aired in Tuesday's episode of Opsporing Verzocht, many calls came in from potential owners of the jewelry as well, the NOS reports.
The 44-year-old convicted psychiatric patient who did not return to his clinic for mandatory treatment in Venray has been arrested, according to the NOS. Somebody signaled the police when they saw him in the HEMA in Maarssen.
Police say they have received hundreds of tips and several names of possible suspects as they are investigating a spate of horse abuse cases that have been taking place all over the Netherlands.
Six postmen and one accomplice were arrested on Tuesday for large-scale fraud with tax money.
Police and the Department of Justice in Drenthe have been busy for almost one-and-a-half years with unsolved murder cases due to there being insufficient links. These cases may now finally have been solved.
Police are saying that psych clinic manager Rob Zweekhorst (44) from Berkel en Rodenrijs, who was shot at close range on the 1st of January, may have been a victim of mistaken identity.
Els Borst's case will be highlighted again this evening in Opsporing Verzocht. Police have 400 tips so far, but are still looking for a confused man, who showed up at Borst's door the week she was killed, and a woman in a red coat with a red headscarf, who passed the former minister's home around the time of the crime.
The police have been blowing up peoples' phones with texts asking for more information on the murder of GGZ manager Rob Zweekhorst from Berkel and Rodenrijs.
Police have found no signs of a burglary at the home of deceased Minister of State, Els Borst, announced a police spokesperson Tuesday on Opsporing Verzocht. Another spokesperson, Bernhard Jens, confirmed this morning on Radio M Utrecht police are almost certain Borst's home was not burglarized.
Police arrested a 23-year-old Enschede man in his home, Monday, on suspicion of manslaughter. The man burglarized a home in Zwolle last month, resulting in the death of the 72-year-old resident.
During Tuesday night's "Opsporing Verzocht" police highlighted several cases, among which a home robbery, distraction burglaries, the death of an elderly due to a burglary, and an assassination.
A call in the TV program "Opsporing Verzocht," requesting information about the wanted sex offender,Mouad Ben Salah, yielded the Amsterdam police about 20 tips until this afternoon.
"Opsporing Verzocht" featured a case about a man who robbed an 11-year-old girl from her iPhone5 in the hall of the train station in Zaandam on Wednesday, August 21, 2013. Before he made his hit he was seen on surveillance camera's checking out passers-by.