Nine in ten disappearances solved

25th April 2007, Comments 0 comments

25 April 2007, BRUSSELS – Some 1,000 people were reported missing in Belgium in 2006, according to the annual report from the police department for missing persons. Nine in ten of these disappearances were solved, and most of the people found alive, VRT radio reported today.

25 April 2007

BRUSSELS – Some 1,000 people were reported missing in Belgium in 2006, according to the annual report from the police department for missing persons. Nine in ten of these disappearances were solved, and most of the people found alive, VRT radio reported today.

The further search of Belgian waterways has turned out to be a success. "We have searched the bottoms of more than 270 km of rivers and canals," says commissioner Alain Remue.

"We found 405 vehicles, but more importantly, also 12 missing persons in those vehicles."

[Copyright Expatica News 2007]

Subject: Dutch news

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