Rosleny Magdalena, 28, was shot on November 17, 2016 in Amsterdam Southeast after she had taken her daughter to school. She died almost immediately from her injuries.
At the beginning of last year, a suspect was arrested in the case, but was released six weeks later. At the end of last year, the Peter R. Foundation decided to get involved. Peter R. de Vries devoted himself to the murder case for years. The foundation is offering 100,000 euros for the golden tip that leads to the perpetrator of the murder.
Kelly de Vries, daughter of the murdered crime journalist, discussed the case extensively at the table last night. Watch that snippet here:
“Why isn’t anyone stepping forward?”
Like De Vries, the victim’s niece, Shulesca de la Croes, hopes that people will report after the playful action. Both are convinced that there are people in Southeast Amsterdam who know more about the murder. “Everyone is talking, but why isn’t anyone stepping forward?” De la Croes wonders. “We still don’t know anything after six years.”
In addition to the reward for the golden tip, a reward of 25,000 euros awaits for the tip that leads to the identification of a cyclist who may have been involved in the death of Rosleny Magdalena. The tip money will only be paid if someone reports before May 17.
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