By Euro Weekly News Media •
Published: 17 Feb 2014 • 17:19
Christopher Guest More and Kevin Parle
Kevin Parle is wanted for questioning in connection with two murders in the UK; his name appears on a list of 10 criminals believed to be on the run in Spain that has been released by the Spanish National Police in a huge European manhunt codenamed Operation Captura, as previously reported in the Euro Weekly News.
Parle is believed to be involved in the murders of two people in the UK. Lucy Hargreaves, a 22 year old, was at home in bed under a duvet when three men broke in, she was shot and killed, and then the house was burned. It is believed that she was not the target, but that the men may have been looking for her boyfriend.
The second murder for which Parle is under suspicion is that of Liam Kelly, a 16 year old boy in Toxteth. The boy owed some money to Anthony Campbell, who turned up with Parle. Kelly was shot and killed during an argument. Campbell has been jailed for the murder, however it is believed that it was Parle who fired the fatal shot.
Kevin Parle, or Joseph Parle as he is also known, is 6ft 6ins, 33 years old, has blue eyes and a scar on the left side of his head. His nickname is ‘Hemp’.
The second criminal from the Most Wanted list is Christopher Guest More, on the run since the brutal murder of a drugs dealer in Cheshire. He has been missing for more than ten years.
More is 36 years old, 6ft tall, with a scar on his forehead. He was last known to have his head shaved, he is of slim build.
Both men could be hiding in the Alicante area of the Costa Blanca. Police advise that you should not approach them, but call the authorities immediately.
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