Dutch authorities are offering €100,000 for any tips leading to the arrest of Redouane Taghi and Said Razzouki.
The two Dutch men of Moroccan descent are alleged as leaders of “Mocro Maffia,” the Moroccan mafia in the Netherlands.” The two men have been the subject of a continental search warrant.
Dutch authorities had previously placed a €25,000 for any information leading to the arrest of Taghi.
Lately, however, Dutch outlet RTL Nieuws reported an increase in the reward for information that may help to arrest anyone of the two wanted gang leaders. The reward has now jumped to €100,000 for each suspect.
The two suspects, who are believed to have carried out assassinations in the Netherlands in recent years, are reported to be hiding abroad and moving regularly by using fake IDs.
On October 27, a Dutch-Moroccan man, Hamza Ziani, was shot 9 times by a masked man while eating at a restaurant with a foreign couple in Spain. The killer immediately fled the scene in a white van.
The 33-year-old victim who died later at the hospital was part of a rival criminal network to Mocro Maffia.
Dutch authorities linked the assassination to Taghi, who is also suspected of ordering the shooting of Café La Créme that occurred on November 2017 in Marrakech.
Moroccan police arrested the two Dutch individuals responsible for the shooting along with Taghi’s two brothers who are believed to have helped them.