The Dutch police and the Public Prosecution Service have distributed more images of the wanted Jos Leijdekkers (31), also known as ‘Bolle Jos’. A new composite drawing was also made, after tips came in that the man probably looks different. At the beginning of May, the man was placed on the ‘EU Most Wanted List’.
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The 31-year-old Jos Leijdekkers, alias ‘Bolle Jos’, is on the National Investigation List in the Netherlands for cocaine trafficking and violence. A reward of 75,000 euros was previously offered for the golden tip leading to his arrest.
At the beginning of May, the police distributed a search message with the latest photos. “A dozen tips came in about Jos Leijdekkers,” the police said. “Based on that information, it became clear that he probably looks different now, and a composite drawing was made of this. In addition, we received visual material with Jos Leijdekkers on it.”
The wanted criminal has no fixed place of residence or residence in the Netherlands. The police suspect that he has been abroad for some time, possibly in Turkey. “However, the investigation has not yet provided any concrete insight into his whereabouts. With this new material, we hope to gain more information about his whereabouts so that we can then arrest him,” the police said.
Coke king of the port of Antwerp
Bolle Jos is seen as one of the leading players in the international cocaine trade. He is also suspected of large-scale laundering of the criminal proceeds of his drug trade.
Sky-ECC’s intercepted crypto communications provide an insight into its suspected role in the international cocaine trade. These reports show that Leijdekkers was guilty of laundering tens of millions of euros and hundreds of kilos of gold that were probably earned through the cocaine trade.
In the extensive investigation, the investigation team compiled criminal files about the involvement of Leijdekkers in the import of large consignments of cocaine via the ports of Rotterdam and Antwerp. One of the cases also involved the threat and use of violence.
Disappearance of ‘Aunt Naima’
It is also suspected that he is involved in very serious cases of excessive violence, including the disappearance and death of Naima Jillal (52), also known as ‘Aunt Naima’. She disappeared on October 20, 2019 after getting into a car in Amsterdam. Intercepted cryptocommunication messages show that Leijdekkers has an important role in Jillal’s disappearance.
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For a long time there was no trace of Naima Jillal. Until photos of a woman were found on a telephone that was seized in the Marengo investigation. It is suspected that it is Jillal and that she has probably been tortured and is no longer alive.
Have you seen Jos Leijdekkers or do you have a suspicion where he is now staying, please report this. Do not approach him yourself, but if you see him contact the police. Mail to [email protected] or call / send an SMS or Whatsapp message to +31 (0) 6 38 88 44 93.