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Dutch police shoot ‘Heineken-kidnapper Frans Meijer’ down

A Dutch agent has Tuesday morning a man gunned down in Amsterdam, because according to the police there was a ‘suspicious situation’. According to the newspaper The Telegraph is the shot suspect Heineken-kidnapper Frans Meijer (66).

According to the official communication from the police there are two suspects arrested, no details about their identity. But The Telegraph writes that Frans Meijer, along with his son was arrested.

It is suspected that the two were in the Staatsliedenbuurt a robbery wanted to commit, writes the newspaper. The police has a firearm confiscated. According to The Telegraph, ran the two away, and saw the policeman during the flight of a firearm. The agent saw itself compelled the man to shoot down. The other suspect gave himself when.

The shot man with multiple gunshot wounds in the hospital, where he by the police is monitored. His condition is not known.

Frans Meijer is one of the best known Dutch criminals. In 1983 he kidnapped together with Willem Holleeder, Cor van Hout, Jan Boellaard and Martin Erkamps biermagnaat Freddy Heineken and his driver Ab Doderer.

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