The disappearance of her wolf Naya in 2019 Cold case† This has been confirmed by the Limburg Prosecutor’s Office. “At the end of March, the council dismissed the investigative judge because the suspect was not identified in the file. It is unknown for the time being whether her wolf was intentionally killed or by whom. New elements and hints If so, can the case be resumed? “
On September 30, 2019, a Nature Inspector of the Natural Forest Agency spread the message that her wolf Naya and her girlfriend were probably killed. The Natural Forest Agency assumed that her wolf was maliciously killed. The wolf was, in principle, in an inaccessible place that no one could go to. After the death of Naya, who settled in Limburg in 2018 and was the first Belgian wolf for 100 years, Vogelbesherming Wlanderen in particular submitted a civic party.
“All possible investigations were carried out, but they did not bring anything. Since the suspect was not identified, the prosecutor asked the Chamber of Commerce to dismiss the investigation,” Copin said. Said. Three investigations are underway, especially since Vogelbescherming Vlaanderen’s civil proceedings, two of which have already passed the Hasselt Criminal Court.
At the beginning of March 2022, a 70-year-old man from Hechtel was sentenced to 80 hours of social service for illegal poaching in a wolf habitat. If community services are not in time, a fine of € 8,000 will be imposed. The 80-year-old boy in the photo with a firearm was fined 8,000 euros.
Camp van Beverlo, a territory of the military territory, was where a 70-year-old man built a feeding ground, laid ropes, and hung wildlife cameras. “It was to scare the boar,” the man explained. On March 11, 2019, a natural inspector from the Natural Forest Agency (ANB) issued the findings. At that time, there were anonymous reports that the wolf Naya may have been poisoned. Natural inspectors then oversaw the wolf’s habitat in a military territory that was not open to the public.
The second case involved two hunters in the wolf area. At the end of March this year, the two Dutch were fined € 10,000 and € 8,000 by the Hasselt Criminal Court. On September 6, 2019, they traveled in an all-terrain vehicle within the military domain Kampvan Beverlo in Hechtel Excel at sunset. They had shotguns, hunting clothes, and thermal glasses. A 57-year-old man from Rosmalen received the heaviest fine. The fine of € 8,000 was for a 67-year-old man from Loosbroek, the Netherlands, who did not appear in court.
On September 6, 2019, the duo saw a drone floating in the air above a military shooting range, an area inaccessible to the general public in Hechtel Excel. They went to see and met soldiers and people from the Natural Forest Agency (ANB). The ANB people were looking for Naya, a wolf with a drone that turned out to be missing. A 57-year-old Dutchman was also captured in the area on August 9, 2019, with firearms loaded. One of the two Dutch convicted has appealed. The appeal is still pending. The third investigation was the main investigation into the disappearance of Naya, which is now a cold case.