Amersfoort – The police have reopened the investigations into two cold case cases from 2014. This concerns the murder of 22-year-old Mohammed Alarasi and the murder of 38-year-old Samir Jabli in Amersfoort. The reason is new information that has been received by the police, including crypto communications data.
On Monday evening, January 20, 2014, Mohammed Alarasi was shot dead in the parking lot of the Pellikaan gym in Amersfoort. Two men opened fire and he died on the spot. Later that year, in December, Samir Jabli came under fire on Hendrick de Keyserlaan in Amersfoort.
The same perpetrator group
Research shows that both murders may have been committed by the same perpetrator group. We have indications that both Jabli and Alarasi were followed before their deaths, probably by a group specifically deployed to prepare and carry out liquidations. Connections with other matters cannot be excluded. We focus not only on the two Amersfoort cases, but on several liquidations from the period 2011-2014.
We would like to get in touch with people who know more about the murders of Alarasi and Jabli. We are also looking for information about the possible perpetrator group. The investigation program Opsporing Verzocht will therefore pay attention to the reopening of the investigations on Tuesday evening at 8:30 PM. Bureau Hengeveld of RTV Utrecht will do this on Wednesday at 1:30 PM.
Tip fee increased
The Public Prosecution Service has increased the tip money to €60,000. For each case, €30,000 is available for the golden tip; the information that leads to the resolution of the case. More information about the case can be found here>>. You can tip via the search tip line: 0800-6070. You can submit information 24/7 via our online form. Do you want to remain completely anonymous? Please contact the Special Witnesses Team (TBG) on 088- 661 77 34.
Information source: Politie.nl