Former Brussels councillor guilty of betting shop burglary

A Brussels civil councillor was found guilty of taking part in the intrusion of a gaming store in the municipality of Schaerbeek in February, according to a judgment on Thursday.

Kenan Aydogan, former Écolo councillor at the municipality of Saint-Josse-ten-Noode at Brussels, was handed a probationary sentence which will find him banned from betting shops and casinos for his participation in the burglary.

Aydogan was found guilty by way of a Brussels correctional court of helping his accomplices to commemorate a Schaerbeek gaming store in February.

Following the theft, security footage out of the betting shop, a Ladbrokes, has been released, showing the prior councillor input the shop just before the burglary happened.

In Marchthe 30-year-old man announced he was leaving green party Écolo and leaving politics supporting”for personal reasons,” according to reports from local press.

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