Police seized a third vehicle used by Minh Nghia Vuong after shooting two women in the parking lot of a shopping center in Zwijndrecht on Wednesday, officials said.of shooting on saturday Vuong’s ex-girlfriend was seriously injured and his 66-year-old mother died at the scene.the man is still on the run Police have released new photos of him and announced a reward for information leading to his arrest.
vong escaped the shooting in the car that was recovered later that nightIt was then believed that he switched to a Skoda Octavia. found in RotterdamA third vehicle, a black seat Ibiza, was spotted on Tuesday evening in Hoek van Holland’s Dolphiinstrasse.
According to police, one of Vuong’s acquaintances lives in the area and the house was raided. Vuong, who was suspected of murder and attempted murder, was never found.
Vuong was said to be a career criminal with a record dating back about 20 years. His nickname is ‘Lucky’ because he has managed to avoid police arrest in the past. He frequently exchanges burner phones, only meets people in crowded public places, and uses stolen cars to move between locations. A source told AD.
During Tuesday’s broadcast of Opsporing Verzocht, police announced a €30,000 reward for anyone with information leading to Vuong’s arrest. “Mr. Min is suspected of trying to reach out to people within his network in order to provide shelter, food, and means to evade police attention,” police said.
“We are appealing to these people to report them to police, which can also be done completely anonymously,” police said in a statement. there is,” he said. Authorities are seeking contact from anyone who may have seen the man or SEAT Ibiza in the Hoek van Holland region, as well as the car he may have been in afterwards.
Vuong is considered dangerous and possibly armed. His criminal record includes several violent crimes, armed robbery, theft and drug offenses. He was found guilty of participating in a violent robbery of a cash carrier in 2015 at the Zoetermeer shopping center where he took €260,000 in cash. He was also convicted of attempted robbery of another money transfer company.
of Court sentenced man in June 2017 7 years imprisonment, including pretrial detention.