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Quiet night in Duindorp district in The Hague after previous fires and destruction | NOW

After fire and destruction Friday evening The night from Saturday to Sunday in the Duindorp district in The Hague was quiet, a spokesperson for the police in The Hague reported to NU.nl on Sunday.

On Saturday evening, many police drove through the neighborhood in vans and on horseback because of the unrest the night before. Motorists, cyclists and pedestrians also had to show their identity card to the police at various entrances to Duindorp.

On Friday evening, nuisance was caused by groups of young people who set fire to a scooter and waste container, among other things. They also destroyed a bus shelter and fireworks.

Also on Wednesday and Thursday, a group of young people started fire and vandalism in Duindorp.

It is not clear how many young people are involved. In the night from Saturday to Sunday, one person was arrested for insulting an officer. So far no one has been arrested for the destruction, but arrests are not ruled out by the police.

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