Dutch police have said one person has been arrested following an investigation into shooting of footballer Kelvin Maynard.
One person has been arrested following an investigation into the fatal shooting of Dutch-Surinamese footballer Kelvin Maynard.
In a statement on Thursday, Netherlands police said the suspect had been taken to a police station for questioning and that it would release more information in due course.
A motive for the shooting has not yet been confirmed by police.
Maynard, who played for non-league Alphenese Boys but also made appearances at Royal Antwerp and Burton Albion FC, was shot dead in his car in Amsterdam-Zuidoost in September.
It sparked a man hunt for two suspects who were believed to have fled the scene on a black scooter.
The 32-year-old defender had previously said it was his "dream" to play football in England. He had also played in Portugal and Hungary.
In a statement at the time of his death, Burton Albion FC said it was "saddened" by the news, and added: "Our sympathies go out to all his family and friends at this difficult time."