Remains appear to have been murdered Spanish man

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Remains appear to have been murdered Spanish man

The Amsterdam police have discovered who the deceased person is who was found in the water near the Amstel Hotel on March 22. It concerns a Spanish man, who, according to the police, was killed as a result of a crime. She will announce this on Wednesday.

Image: the police remove the remains from the water of the Amstel (image: AT5).

Found it

This concerns the remains, which were found on the morning of March 22 in the water of the Amstel, near the bridge at Sarphatistraat, around 9.45 am. This now appears to be a 55-year-old man with Spanish nationality.

The police reported in a message on Wednesday that he died as a result of a crime. She has started a major criminal investigation to find out who is responsible for the man’s death. She is asking for the public’s help in this.

Stay

The deceased man had no fixed abode. He probably regularly stayed under the Toronto Bridge on the Weesperzijde. He had the following description: 1.70 tall, with a thin build, dark hair, a white complexion, a beard, black pants, a T-shirt with a crescent moon on it, and a black vest. According to the police, the man was seen on March 4.

Police are trying to find the victim’s family in Spain to notify them.

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