amsterdam - Residents find it incomprehensible that the 33-year-old phone shop owner Nigerian Olalekan S., who is described as a nice man, so long as its practices with vulnerable girls in Amsterdam West has been able to persevere.
"The police had already long been aware that there were at the most peculiar times for girls or in the case. Then there are at least still be ringing a bell somewhere. Or sometimes I'm crazy? " A neighbor asks, after all the commotion that arose Friday when the phone shop to Comeniusstraat in West Amsterdam by order of the mayor was boarded up. The neighbor, who wishes to remain anonymous for fear of retaliation from the phone shop owner, regularly saw children standing at the door. "The police knew that too, but I absolutely do not understand why it has to last all that long. "
A little further on, at bakery van der Heijden the consternation surrounding the closure of the call shop yesterday was the talk of the day. "Everyone is talking about it and wants to know everything. The only thing I can tell you is that S. regularly came here to buy a sandwich. A nice man and nothing more. We had no idea what was going on in that shop. He always said hello, "explains an employee of the bakery.
S. is now under more suspicion of attempted murder because he wanted stabbing a girl on fire ; and removal of a child from parental authority. He has been in custody for ninety days.