Second arrest made in murder case Parsa Maboud

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Parsa Maboud

The French police arrested a 24-year-old man on Sunday evening, who was internationally wanted for involvement in the death of 21-year-old Parsa Maboud who died on May 28 during a shooting on the Paardebloem in Rotterdam-Ommoord.

On the 28th of June, the first arrest was made in Hungary. This 24-year-old suspect from Rotterdam is currently in the Netherlands and is still in arrest.

Suspects

It is the second arrest made during the investigation. The suspect’s identity was already known, but during the investigation he appeared to have fled to another country. That’s why police registered him as internationally wanted, which led to his arrest on Sunday, September 17th. The process for the extradition of the 24-year-old suspect from Capelle aan den IJssel has been started.

Parsa Maboud died on site of his injuries. An empty car was found at the Zernikplaats. The car was damaged because the driver had rammed a shed during his flight on the Wasbloem. Research showed that the car was rented. That soon led to the identity of one of the two suspects. further investigation on the car led to the police finding DNA belonging to the second suspect.

The video below shows the last Snapchat in which parsa can be seen having a BBQ with his friends. The three men were celebrating the end of Ramadan when moments later a man ran up to them screaming “Parsa” “Parsa”. After which he shot and killed Parsa Maboud.

Firearm

Parsa (real name Zadeh Maboud) was known especially from social media. The man survived an earlier attack on his life. That attack happened when he was 17 years old, in a fast food restaurant in Rotterdam-Prinsenland. A then 22-year-old man from Rotterdam shot him.

In the summer of 2016, Parsa himself went to court for possession of a firearm and fifteen bullets. He got four months in prison for this offense. Behavioral experts found that Parsa is “mildly mentally disabled”, struggled with post-traumatic stress syndrome and showed aggression problems.

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