BELGRADE -- Serbian authorities say they have detained a 60-year-old Belgian man suspected of multiple sex crimes in his home country.
Eric Lammers was detained in the central city of Kragujevac on October 7 under an Interpol warrant issued by Belgium, a spokeswoman for the city's High Court told RFE/RL on October 19.
Ivana Obradovic said Lammers would be remanded in custody until his extradition to Belgium.
Obradovic did not elaborate on the nature of the crimes.
AFP news agency quoted a judicial source in Belgium as saying the case was linked to suspected sexual abuse of a girl under the age of 12.
On October 8, a Serbian pretrial judge in Kragujevac ordered the extradition of Lammers, who appealed against that decision. The High Court later confirmed the judge's initial ruling.
Lammers is a former member of the Belgian neo-Nazi group Westland New Post.
He was previously suspected of links to a series of murders in Belgium in the 1980s.