Brutal murder of Amstelveen parcel deliverer (23) on Parelvisserslaan still a great mystery

Brutal murder of Amstelveen parcel deliverer (23) on Parelvisserslaan still a great mystery
Brutal murder of Amstelveen parcel deliverer (23) on Parelvisserslaan still a great mystery


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Thursday, September 22, 2022 at 10:09 PM

Amstelveen – The police are still completely in the dark about the motive for the brutal murder of a 23-year-old Amstelveen parcel deliverer in April last year.

RTL Boulevard Tonight (09/22/2022) devoted another item to the brutal mystery murder, for which two older suspects, ages 71 and 72, were arrested.

Six bullets in the head and body

The victim worked as a package deliverer and was reported missing by his brother on April 10, 2021, after the family had not heard from him for two days. The investigation, which initially focused on his disappearance, turned into an investigation into a homicide when his body was found in the van he used to deliver packages. An investigation has shown that he was killed on 8 April with six bullets in the head and body at Parelvisserslaan in Amstelveen; his body was found a day later in the van, which was then parked at Latherusstraat in Amsterdam North.

No links to organized crime.

The motive for the brutal murder is still unclear. The victim was completely unknown to the police and no connections with serious or organized crime were found in the investigation. The parcel deliverer was described as a sweet, caring man who always kept his appointments and did volunteer work in addition to his work. Years ago, the man fled from Syria with his family, where he was born, and settled in Amstelveen.

The suspects aged 71 and 72 with Polish/Israeli nationality and Lithuanian/Israeli nationality respectively remain silent for the time being. The victim’s clothing contained DNA from 1 of the suspects, Boulevard reported tonight.



The article is in Dutch

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