Five underage boys detained for series of explosions in Zwanenburg

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Five underage boys detained for series of explosions in Zwanenburg

Five minor suspects have been arrested in the investigation into the series of explosions at homes in Zwanenburg. These are boys aged 15 and 17 from Rotterdam. They are restricted and are only allowed to have contact with their lawyer.

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In mid-March and last weekend, three explosions took place at homes in Zwanenburg. During the three explosions, explosive material was thrown in, causing an explosion in the homes. No one was injured but the damage is significant.

Railway station

The first explosion was on the night of Saturday March 16 at 00.14 on Marialaan. The second explosion happened on Saturday night at 2 a.m. at a house on Amestelle. A few hours later, four suspects were arrested at Haarlem Spaarnwoude train station and are currently in custody.

Third explosion

On Sunday night around 2:10 am another explosion took place at a house on the Amestelle, this time at a different house than the night before. After this, a fifth suspect was arrested. It concerns a 15-year-old boy from Rotterdam. He was arrested at the Seevank in Zwanenburg after a search of the area with, among other things, a police helicopter.

Arraignment

The five boys are suspected of involvement in the explosion on the night of Saturday to Sunday, March 24 or on the night of Sunday to Monday, March 25. They will be brought before the examining magistrate on Wednesday.

Criminal environment

The investigation takes into account that the reason lies in a conflict in the criminal environment, aimed at one person within a family, of which innocent people/family members have now become victims. ‘Research and contact with the victims shows that they had nothing to do with the conflict. They have not had contact with the person who appears to be involved for years. And they don’t know how to get in touch,” said the investigation leader of the district investigation in Kennemerland.

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