Dutch police make second arrest after Rotterdam threat

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August 24, 2017 09:57
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AMSTERDAM - Dutch police have arrested a second suspect in relation to a threat in Rotterdam where a rock concert was canceled after a tip from Spanish authorities, NOS said on Thursday.

The arrest was made earlier Thursday in the south of the Netherlands, NOS said.

Police were still questioning a Spaniard detained in Rotterdam who was driving a van containing gas canisters. 

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