The public prosecutor's office reported last week a pilot of Vintage Cars, House in the Kleistraat seal. The past few days was the entire complex is combed and there were quite a few tracks taken. That would now have demonstrated that Raouf B. A. from Temse in the warehouse, and the life was brought. The victim himself has a heavy judicial past and was already prosecuted for his part in an international drug smuggling. His body was on december 6, found in a secluded spot in the Dutch Kloosterzande. It was right next to his burned-out Range Roover. The research brought to light that the man not in the Netherlands, was liquidated, but that only his body dumped. The actual murder happened in the garage in Stekene, belgium, about twenty miles further.
It is not yet known how the officers at the Vintage Cars, House camps, but this was done on the basis of gsm-signals. It would in any case be to a settlement within the drug world. According to detectives, it goes to organised crime and not to small shrimp.
Raouf B. A. was in the court already longer known as someone who tried to climb in the drug world. Four years ago he was arrested after a large-scale study of the federal public prosecutor's office in a drugslijn between South America and Antwerp. During searches in Sint-Niklaas, Temse, Stekene, belgium, Lokeren, Zwijndrecht and Dendermonde were when a half-ton of cocaine, 620.000 euros in cash and five firearms found. The gang had also close ties with the city's Hells Angels. The case was however dismissed because the errors were happened when undercover agents infiltrated were in the circle of friends of the suspects.