Urgent call for witnesses in the Kikkenstein parking lot robbery

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Amsterdam – On Tuesday afternoon, September 12, 2023, a street robbery took place in the Kikkenstein parking lot on Groesbeekdreef in Amsterdam-Zuidoost. The victim was assaulted and robbed of his exclusive watch. The police are urgently looking for more witnesses.

Between 4:30 PM and 5:00 PM, the victim is assaulted and forcibly robbed of his exclusive watch. Shortly before, the man returns to his car in the Kikkenstein parking lot after visiting the adjacent apartment. As he puts things in the trunk of his car, he hears someone coming towards him at a quick pace. Before he knows it, he receives severe blows to the head and shortly afterwards a second suspect appears and holds him down. During the struggle, the suspects manage to take the victim’s exclusive watch and run away. The victim is left injured and shocked. The police are alerted and are still searching the area for the suspects. Unfortunately they are no longer found.

Suspect description:
Suspect 1
– Man
– Dark skin color
– 25-30 years
– About 180cm long
– Black sports jacket with hood
– Light gray sports pants
– Black shoes

Suspect 2
-Man
-Dark skin color
-Small black mustache
-Short black hair
-About 25 years

Research
The police and Forensic Investigation immediately start interviewing witnesses and investigating traces. The police have not yet managed to solve this brutal robbery. That is why we urgently request witnesses who the police have not yet spoken to to come forward. The investigation is committed to solving this case because street robberies are taken very seriously. Do you have footage from the period before, during or after the incident, for example from security cameras, video doorbells or dashcams in nearby parked vehicles? Then the research team would like to get in touch with you. Have you also seen or heard anything that could help the investigation? People can report via 0900-8844 or anonymously via 0800-7000. You can upload the images using the tip form below.

BVH: 2023206750

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Information source: Politie.nl

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