The research is already a week underway, but came only this weekend to light because of a planned oldtimerevenement in and around the Vintage Cars House Sunday could not continue. The organistoren grope themselves in limbo. “The police gave us no information has been given, but the warehouse is apparently sealed”, it sounds. “It is unfortunate that we have our event so short in advance, had to cancel, but fortunately we have most of the people can notify. We undertake a new attempt in the spring.”
The oldtimerevenement was jointly organised with the owners of Vintage Cars and House, but there was no one available for comment. The doors of the warehouse were sealed and the judicial laboratory has been running for a few days in and out of the building. According to well-informed sources suggest the action is framed within the investigation into the murder of Raouf B. A. (41) from Temse. The man was on december 6, wound up on a secluded spot in the Dutch Kloosterzande. His Range Roover was on fire. Investigators suspect that a settlement was within the drug world. Raouf B. A. had a heavy judicial past and was already prosecuted for his part in an international drug smuggling. The link with the garage in Stekene, belgium is still unclear, but possible Raouf B. A. there, the last noted for his cold-blooded was executed some twenty kilometers further. The police are now searching for traces that they can compare its DNA and also has all images requested from surrounding businesses.