Amsterdam resident in Germany in court for six bombings (UPDATE)

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Amsterdam resident in Germany in court for six bombings (UPDATE)

In Osnabrück, in the German state of Lower Saxony, which borders the Netherlands, a 30-year-old Amsterdam resident will appear in court on Wednesday on suspicion of committing an explosive robbery in 2020 in the town of Schüttorf, among others.

2020

He is formally suspected of deliberately causing an explosion with explosives and theft at six locations in the period from February 29, 2020 to November 28, 2020.

In Schüttorf, 80,000 euros were reportedly stolen by two perpetrators on March 2, 2020, after the explosion. The explosion was caused by gas cylinders. The entire building with two apartments above was damaged. The residents were physically unharmed. The damage was estimated at 878,000 euros.

Two others

German justice assumes that the Amsterdammer operated at least together with two others. The cases of the other Dutchmen have previously been brought to court and convicted.

The case is related to a major Dutch investigation into explosives, such as Tarik B..

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