The Dutch suspected of murdering 11yo girl in Romania, used to work for IT multinational company that had offices in Iasi

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Dutch Johannes (Joop) Visscher, suspected of murdering 11-year-old Mihaela Adriana Fieraru in a village from Dambovita, Romania, used to work for a multinational IT company that had offices in Iasi and during the time he was employed there he visited Iasi once, the representatives of the company said in a press release.

The Dutch citizen, the main suspect of the murder in Dambovita, has killed himself by crashing his car into a truck on a highway in the Netherlands few days after the crime.

The Netherlands-based company, which has offices in several European cities, including in Iasi, confirmed that Visscher was in Iasi during 2013-2014, only one time.

Joop Vischer’s name is also related in another file on another girl who was sexually assaulted in Iasi in June 2016.

The girl, now aged 11, recognized the Dutch citizen in several pictures as being the man who had assaulted her, during hearings that occurred last week.

The General Prosecutor’s Office has taken over the file of the girl from Iasi, with the first clues pointing that the perpetrator would be the same Dutch man who allegedly killed Adriana from Dambovita.

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