Amsterdam – In the night of Wednesday 6 to Thursday 7 September 2023, a woman was stabbed by a man in the Warmoesstraat in Amsterdam. The victim was taken to hospital with serious injuries and the suspect is on the run. The police are therefore looking for this suspect and are urgently calling on witnesses to come forward in this serious case.
At around 3 a.m., a reporter calls the police that there is commotion on the street in Warmoesstraat near Oudebrugsteeg. The operator hears a lot of shouting and screaming in the background, which sounds like panic. Agents are immediately sent that way. When they are almost there, someone gets their attention by beckoning them to come quickly. They find a woman lying on the street in a pool of blood in the Oudebrugsteeg. A bystander has now placed a belt – as a tourniquet – around the woman’s leg to stop bleeding. The police provide first aid and it turns out that the woman has been stabbed several times. She is then taken to hospital by ambulance personnel with serious injuries.
It is unclear what caused this stabbing incident. It is also unknown whether the victim and the suspect know each other. Forensic Investigation (FO) and the police are investigating this case. Research is being conducted into camera images, among other things. The police would very much like to get in touch with people who have seen something, have images or perhaps know who the suspect is. After the stabbing incident, the suspect ran away towards Central Station.
The police would like to contact witnesses to this stabbing incident. Do you have footage of the period before, during or after the incident, for example from security cameras, video doorbells or dash cams in vehicles parked nearby? Then the research team would like to get in touch with you. Did you also see or hear anything that could help the investigation? People can report via 0900-8844 or anonymously via 0800-7000. You can upload the visual material via the tip form below. See details below.
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Information source: Politie.nl