Shop in bulletproof vests bankrupt after robbery

The shop in Eindhoven that sold bulletproof vests, a branch of the Panamera Group, is bankrupt. The court in Den Bosch ruled today, Omroep Brabant reports.

The shop at Willemstraat was raided early this year. They never recovered. Costly vests were stolen.

Even though the owner rewarded 25,000 euros for a golden tip that would lead to the thieves there has been no trace. Payment problems were ultimately too big. The shop is now closed down.

Source: Studio040
Translation: Maryanne Staal

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