The two individuals arrested Monday morning for a hearing in connection with the discovery of the three corpses in a house in Kessel-Lo, in Flemish Brabant, have been released, the Leuven prosecutor’s office announced on Monday afternoon. This Monday morning, the prosecution had confirmed the information disclosed by VRT NWS.
Earlier in the day, the spokesperson for the prosecution said: “The two people have been apprehended for questioning, in order to determine whether they are possibly involved in the facts. This probable involvement is therefore not at all established at this stage. stadium.” Obviously, the investigators judged that nothing deserved their arrest.
As a reminder, three bodies were discovered in a house in Kessel-Lo on the night of Friday to Saturday. All three victims had stab wounds. The three bodies are those of Anita D. (54 years old), her son Wesley P. (23 years old) and his friend, Rik (47 years old).
The bodies are to be autopsied on Monday.