€25,000 reward for information leading to murder suspect capture

Photo: Politie.nl

Dutch police have raided two homes in their hunt for murder suspect Bretly Dorder, after research indicated he had been in Amsterdam on Sunday.

Dorder, who was not found at either address, is wanted in connection with a deadly shooting in Rotterdam over a week ago and a stabbing in Zutphen on Friday evening.

The man shot dead in Rotterdam was a 60-year-old psychiatrist who worked at a hospital in Nieuwegein. The man stabbed in Zutphen was not seriously injured.

Homes were also earlier searched in Doetichem and in Wesel, Germany following tip-offs.

Dutch police have issued a €25,000 reward for information leading to Dorder’s capture but have warned people not to approach him.

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