By Euro Weekly News Media • 16 January 2019 • 11:36
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ONE of two men wanted by the National Crime Agency (NCA) in connection with trafficking more than €4 million worth of drugs into the UK, is believed to be hiding out in Spain.
A national appeal has been launched to trace Desmond Broad, 51, and Alan Cumming, 48, suspected of being involved in the importation of 200 kilos of cocaine, amphetamines and cannabis between March 2016 and June 2017.
According to the NCA, Broad – also known as Andrew Nicholas – fled to Spain in February while Cumming is still in the UK.
Broad, who has the nickname Taff, speaks with a Welsh accent and is 6ft tall with green eyes, pierced ears and tattoos on his neck, arms, hands and upper body.
His last known address was Edgerton House in Irwell Lane, Runcorn.
An NCA investigator said anyone who is helping the wanted men ‘or actively frustrating our attempts to locate them… could find themselves being arrested’.
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