Two criminals from northern France handed over to Belgian police
Thursday, 25 September 2014
Last week, two criminals from the north of France were handed over to Belgian authorities. The two men are suspected of committing several armed robberies in Lidl supermarkets, stated the Ypres section of the West Flanders courthouse on Tuesday. The suspects are two young men, ages 25 and 19, from Lille and Roubaix. They are suspected of committing 13 crimes in Belgium, including extortion, robbery and armed robbery.
According to prosecutors, the duo confessed. The two men also committed the same types of crimes in France.