Young man (21) seriously injured due to unknown circumstances

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Amsterdam – In the night of January 24 to 25, 2024, a 21-year-old Amsterdam resident seriously injured his head. The circumstances are still a mystery to the victim and the police. He is seen at 4 a.m. before he is found seriously injured by a woman in front of his home at 7 a.m. For three hours there is no trace of him. The police would therefore like to get in touch with witnesses who saw him in the intervening period, between 4 and 7 a.m., and who can provide more information. The police would also like to speak to the woman who found him and brought him home.

On Thursday, January 25, around 3.45 am, after a party in Amsterdam-West, the boy cycles in the company of a friend towards his home on the Borneokade in Amsterdam-East. Arriving at Alexanderplein in East Amsterdam around 4 o’clock, this friend chooses her own path and the boy cycles on alone towards Amsterdam East. The cycle route should actually only take 7 minutes, but it takes 3 hours. At 7 am he is found seriously injured in front of his home by a woman. She then rings the doorbell at his parents’ home, who then take him in. His parents call a doctor and the boy is admitted to hospital. Examination shows that he has very serious injuries to his head.

-21 years
-About two meters long;
-Narrow stature;
-Beige long wool coat;
-Dark jeans;
-Dark shoes.

Questions for the audience
It is unclear how the victim suffered this injury. The investigation therefore has many questions:
-Who saw the victim between 4 and 7 o’clock on the night in question?
-Who is the woman who finds the boy and brings him home? The police would like to get in touch with her.
-Who knows where the boy’s old, tall black men’s bicycle (equipped with various lights on the handlebars and luggage carrier) is?

The police have started an investigation. 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.

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