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Police request

The police are looking for more information about the following items. Please submit any information to the police. Do you want to contact the police directly? Please call the national hotline on 0800-6070 or +31 793 459 876

Photo 1 Shoe:

The father of the children owns an identical pair of shoes. These shoes were not found at his home, in the car or at the place where he was found dead. Who knows the current location of these shoes?

he father of the children owns an identical pair of shoes. These shoes were not found at his home, in the car or at the place where he was found dead. Who knows the current location of these shoes?

Photo 2 Tow rope:

Part of a tow rope similar to the one in the photo was found at the location where the father was found dead. Who knows where the rest of the towing rope is?

Part of a tow rope similar to the one in the photo was found at the location where the father was found dead. Who knows where the rest of the towing rope is?

Photo 3 Tightening strap:

This tightening strap was found in the vicinity of where the father was found dead. The police do not know whether the strap has anything to do with the case or where the strap has come from. It may be that the father purchased this tightening strap recently, possibly in combination with the tow rope or other purchases. The police would like to get in touch with anyone who has more information.

This tightening strap was found in the vicinity of where the father was found dead. The police do not know whether the strap has anything to do with the case or where the strap has come from. It may be that the father purchased this tightening strap recently, possibly in combination with the tow rope or other purchases. The police would like to get in touch with anyone who has more information.

Police have released possible driving route father and missing brothers

‘Please, refrain from civilian searches in the woods’

The police highly appreciates the common concern but discourages the civilian searches in the wooded areas. It may be that valuable tracks are destroyed in the search for the brothers by untrained civilian groups. It is possible that police will investigate these areas themselves.

Police have released possible driving route father and missing brothers

Route Neerbeek – Rhenen unclear

Police are looking for people who have seen the blue/gray hatchback Hyundai Getz – license 08-NT-BV – anywhere between Monday night May 6 22h45 and next Tuesday morning 08h00. Please contact local police number 0900-8844 or +31 793 459 876

Police: “Searches difficult”

It is proven that the father had been in Rhenen on the Tuesday morning May 7 at 01h42 (camera footage). Two and a half hours later, the father’s mobile phone appears in the listings of a mobile cell in Leersum. Police have received camera footage from Gelderland companies with camera’s along the assumed route.

Route from Neerbeek back to Doorn possible through Gelderland
It is proven that the father had been in Rhenen on the Tuesday morning May 7 at 01h42 (camera footage). Two and a half hours later, the father’s mobile phone appears in the listings of a mobile cell in Leersum. Police have received camera footage from Gelderland companies with camera’s along the assumed route.

Rhenen Ecoduct search unsucessful

There has been a search attempt for the two missing kids near a Rhenen ecoduct where the father’s car was spotted on Tuesday morning 01h42 by a mobile camera.  Police had secluded a section of the woods with police lines. Not only police officers but millitary and volunteers were meticulously searching the grounds. The technical department crew was there as well.

Apart from the police crew there was a group of about 150 volunteers searching as well. The police was monitoring this search in case of a serious lead.

Police would like to receive information

08-NT BV who has seen this car photo or movie and or information

SEARCH FOR ROUTE THE FATHER DROVE

Most of the (camera) images the police received came from the immediate surroundings in Limburg. Police detectives traced the locations of security cameras and asked the owners for the footage. The police are now hoping to get more details and footage to further complete the timeline and route the father took.

It is certain that the father stopped for gas in Neerbeek, Southern Limburg area, on Monday night May 6 (approx 10.15PM). (It is still uncertain whether the two young brothers were in the car when the father stopped to fill up the tank). The father was found dead the next morning, Tuesday May 7; alledgedly having committed suicide. There has been no trace of the young brothers since Monday night.

According to the police, that call for camera footage was successful. According to the police, several images were turned in that need further investigation. The car shows up in some footage but it is as yet unclear if any passengers in the car can be seen.

The father’s car is a small blue/gray Hyundai, model Getz, license plate 08-NT-BV. It was last seen in the night of Monday / Tuesday in the Rhenen (near Arnhem) vicinity. It was driving toward Leersum.

The father had stopped at the TinQ gasstation at the Haardboomstraat in Beek (Limburg), having paid there using his PIN (debit card) around 10pm. The car was later found in Doorn after the discovery of his body in the woods surrounding Doorn.

If you have seen the children with the father or the car, we would like to have this information

Telephone number: 0800-6070 / +31 793 459 876

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