Four more suspects to stay in jail over linesman death

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Four of the eight people arrested in connection with the death of an amateur football linesman have been remanded in custody for a further month, news agency ANP said on Friday.

Two 16-year-old youths, a 17-year-old and a 50-year-old man are to spend a further 30 days in custody as the investigation into the death of Richard Nieuwenhuizen
continues. The four were arrested a week after the attack on Nieuwenhuizen following a match between two youth teams.
One 15-year-old youth has been sent home. Another 15-year-old and two 16-year-olds picked up on the evening of the attack also remain in custody.
Nieuwenhuizen was attacked by players from the visiting team Nieuw Sloten after a match against Almere club Buitenboys. He died in hospital the next day.

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