In the past year, around 1000 tips were received by the Golden Tip Foundation. According to the foundation, these ‘have all been carefully examined’. The concrete tips were also (anonymously) forwarded to the Limburg cold case team. “The team is currently still investigating tips. The 1 million euros will therefore remain available for the golden tip until the cold case team has investigated all tips that have been received by the Golden Tip Foundation up to and including 23 June 2022. They expect to be able to announce how this investigation has been completed before the end of the year,” the foundation writes.
Despite the much media attention in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany, Tanja has unfortunately not yet been found. ‘We realize that the chances of finding Tanja are getting smaller and smaller, but we will never give up hope. Even though Tanja’s year has come to an end and the possibility to claim the reward has expired, Tanja’s parents – Corrie and Adrie Groen – the Limburg cold case team and the Golden Tip Foundation will continue to search for Tanja’, writes. they. Tipsters can therefore continue to report.
The foundation and Tanja’s parents also express their gratitude for ‘everyone who has made an effort over the past year to find Tanja’. In a few weeks’ time, the Golden Tip Foundation will announce its plans for the future. ‘The board has new plans and will continue in line with the dream of Peter R. de Vries to make an ultimate attempt to solve cold case cases. To be continued.’