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A Birmingham man is on the list of the UK’s 27 most wanted people, amid police warnings NOT to approach any of those listed.
The National Crime Agency has released all the pictures as it tries to track down these people.
Mark Liscott, who is originally from Great Barr, Birmingham, was sentenced to nine years imprisonment in January 2005 for supplying cannabis in the West Midlands area.
He served part of his sentence before he was released on licence.
He breached the terms of his licence and it’s believed he became involved in the distribution of drugs, working with organised crime groups in both Nottingham and London.
Liscott has brown eyes and a surgical scar on his back.
Fugitives from justice, some are thought to have committed rape and murder while others are believed to have overseen multi-million pound drug rings.
All of them are listed on the government’s National Crime Agency (NCA) website as some of the country’s most wanted men and women.
If you recognise anyone on this list do not approach them, police warn, as they may be dangerous.
A spokesman for the NCA said: “In an emergency, call 999. If you know the whereabouts of a wanted fugitive please contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously, via the online form or by calling 0800 555 111.
“Crimestoppers guarantee your anonymity; no-one will ever know who you are, you will not have to give a statement to the police and you will never have to go to court.” Mark Quinn (Image: NCA)
Wanted by Police Scotland on suspicion of supplying amphetamine. Between August 2013 and April 2014 Quinn was allegedly involved in an organised crime group concerned in the production, transportation and distribution of amphetamine with a street value of over £11m.
He is described as 5ft 9in tall, large build and has short brown hair. Dominic McInally (Image: NCA)
Wanted by Merseyside Police on suspicion of conspiracy to supply cocaine. McInally is the alleged leader of a drug trafficking gang that expected to bank £1.25m every month. Members of the gang travelled to the border of France and Belgium to pick up six kilos of cocaine.
The package, secreted in a hidden compartment inside a Seat Leon car, was intercepted by police officers when they swooped on the gang near Crosby in January 2014. McInally evaded capture. Five members of the gang have received sentences totalling 48 years. He is described as 178cm tall and has blond hair. Sarah Panitzke (Image: NCA)
Wanted by HMRC for conspiracy to acquire criminal property. Panitzke was a senior member of a crime group involved in a VAT fraud. She controlled the company accounts of many companies remotely via different IP addresses. Panitzke travelled extensively to further the fraud to places including Dubai, Spain and Andorra.
She was responsible for laundering approximately £1billion pounds. Panitzke absconded in May 2013 prior to the end of the trial and was convicted in her absence. She was sentenced to eight years on 22 August 2013.
Eighteen members of the crime group received sentences totalling 135 years. She is described as 170cm tall, slim build with mousey straight hair, blue eyes and has a Yorkshire accent. Jonathon Kelly (Image: NCA)
Wanted by Police Scotland on recall to prison to serve remaining sentence of 9 years 10 months for a number of serious assaults. Kelly, who is extremely violent and poses a high risk to both police and members of the public, was convicted at various courts of a number of offences between 2002 and 2010.
He received sentences in excess of 16 years, and in September 2013 he was released on licence but failed to adhere to conditions set.
The offences he was convicted of included an assault to severe injury and danger of life, robbery, assault to severe injury and permanent disfigurement, breach of the peace and having a sharply pointed implement in prison.
In one of the most serious assaults Kelly stabbed and paralysed his victim using a machete.
He is described as 180cm tall, heavy build, blue/grey eyes, short brown hair, Scottish accent, and occasionally has a beard. Also has scars to the left and right side of the face, on his arms and his right hand. Shane O’Brien (Image: NCA)
In October 2015 O’Brien was in the RE Bar in Field End Road, Eastcote, Hillingdon, with several friends.
It is alleged that O’Brien approached 21-year-old Josh Hanson from Kingsbury, who was with his girlfriend at the bar, removed an item from his coat pocket and plunged it into his neck. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
O’Brien is believed to be in Europe and has changed his appearance since Josh’s murder, with long hair, a full beard and a tattoo of an owl holding a skull.
He has been using the Italian aliases Enzo Melloncelli and Enzo Machado.
A reward of up to £50,000 is available for information leading to O’Brien’s arrest and prosecution. David John Walley (Image: NCA)
Between November 2012 and January 2013 several deliveries were made to an address in Manchester. In January 2013 one of the parcels was intercepted by the authorities and found to contain MDMA and cocaine. It is alleged that Walley arranged the importation of the drugs.
During a routine traffic stop check by Amsterdam Police in September 2014, Walley identified himself as another person and produced a passport that was later found to be false.
Northern UK accent, upper tooth is chipped and others are rotten or missing, tattoo of the name ‘Natalie’ in blue bordered by scroll emblem dragon on right arm, tattoo of Manchester City Football Club emblem with dragon and lion. David Ungi (Image: NCA)
Murder, attempted assault occasioning grievous bodily harm, conspiracy to supply heroin. In July 2015, Ungi and two associates were in a vehicle on Banks Road in Garston, Liverpool, which police believe rammed a motorcycle carrying two males.
A single shot from a 12-gauge shotgun was fired inflicting a fatal injury to one of the men and injuring the other. The murder victim was Garston teenager Vinny Waddington.
Ungi is also alleged to be involved in the unlawful distribution of controlled drugs in the Liverpool area. Shazad Ghafoor
Ghafoor took a courtesy car from a dealership in Manchester in August 2013 using a driving licence in another person’s name. Police spotted the car and the pursuit ended in the Halifax area when he crashed.
His wife and two children, who were also in the car, suffered minor injuries. (Image: NCA)
Cash to the value of £80-100,000 was recovered. There were traces of heroin, cocaine and cannabis on the notes. He was charged with fraud, possession of criminal property, dangerous driving and disqualified driving.
Ghafoor was also charged with possession of cannabis with intent to supply after a vehicle was searched in Withington in November 2013 and cannabis worth £245,000 was found.
In May 2014 Ghafoor pleaded guilty to dangerous driving. He was due to appear at court in February 2015 in relation to the other charges but failed to answer his bail and a warrant was issued for his arrest.
In addition, Ghafoor was charged with possession of cannabis with intent to supply in relation to a separate seizure of cannabis worth £24,000 that was found at a house on Kingsway Avenue, Burnage, in September 2014.
He was due to appear in court but failed to answer his bail and another warrant was issued for his arrest.
Has pock mark on right cheek, scar on right of the nose, scar on top of right hand. Mehmet Salih (Image: NCA)
Between December 2010 and November 2011 Salih is accused of being involved in a conspiracy to supply cocaine. It is believed he was contacted on a regular basis by an associate for the purposes of buying cocaine, delivering it and collecting payments.
In May 2011 Salih allegedly visited Lincolnshire to deliver a quantity of cocaine that was subsequently recovered by the police. He was arrested and was in possession of £20,000.
Salih was released on bail to appear at a police station later in the year but failed to attend. Salih is a Cypriot national. He has a scar on his right eye. Costas Sampson (Image: NCA)
On August 25, 2018 Sampson was convicted of raping a girl he met at a nightclub in London in February 2010.
The girl was taken unwell after accepting a drink from a stranger, and Sampson and a friend offered to take her home.
Sampson told one of the girl’s friends that he was a medical expert.
He later raped the girl at her flat while she was incapacitated. Sampson was also convicted of stealing her mobile phone, plus her flatmate’s laptop and games console.
Sampson is a Cypriot national who is known to use the alias Kostas. Timur Mehmet (Image: NCA)
Mehmet is wanted for his role in a conspiracy to cheat the public revenue by operating a Missing Trader Intra-community (MTIC) fraud. This caused a loss to the UK of £25 million (€31.5million).
Mehmet appeared in court in June 2007 and was told that failure to return for his trial in October 2007 could result in him being tried and sentenced in his absence.
He failed to attend and was subsequently found guilty. He was sentenced to eight years. Christakis Philippou (Image: NCA)
Between 2004 and 2006, Philippou was involved in conspiracies where he and his co-defendants repeatedly set out to acquire, or sometimes to set up from scratch, travel agency businesses which were used as vehicles for fraud.
The travel agencies attracted customers by offering cut-price holidays. The prices were so low that legitimate companies could not compete with them.
In each case, the travel agency ceased to trade, leaving customers without a holiday. This scam defrauded an estimated 20,000 people.
Known to use the alias Christakis Chrysostomou. Ersin Mustafa (Image: NCA)
Between 2006 to 2008, Mustafa is believed to have been involved in insider dealing with seven other individuals. While employed at the London branch of investment bank JP Morgan Cazenove, he allegedly obtained information about future acquisitions and mergers, which were provided to others who then traded using this information.
Over a two-year period, the group made approximately £2.5 million in criminal profits. In July 2008 Mustafa was arrested by the City of London Police and then released on bail. It is believed he fled the UK around December 2009. Ozgur Demir (Image: NCA)
Demir is wanted in connection with conspiracy to supply 17.83 kg of diamorphine. Three others have already been convicted in connection with this offence. Osman Aydeniz
Cypriot Aydeniz is wanted in connection with conspiracy to supply 17.83kg of diamorphine.
Three others have already been convicted in connection with this offence.
Aydeniz, aged 35 to 40 years, is also wanted for conspiracy to commit theft and transferring criminal property. Rezgar Zengana (Image: NCA)
On the December 10, 2006 at Argyle Street, Glasgow, Zengana posed as a private hire taxi driver to pick up his 25-year-old female victim before driving her to a private dwelling where he raped his victim.
He was convicted of the rape but is still to be sentenced for this offence. Michael Paul Moogan (Image: NCA)
Moogan, from Liverpool, is believed to be linked to a Rotterdam café raided in 2013 as part of a series of coordinated strikes in the UK and the Netherlands.
It is suspected the café was being used as a front for an operations centre for international drug traffickers where they could meet for negotiations with cartels and for arranging the financing and transportation of huge quantities of drugs.
It is alleged that during 2013 Moogan was involved in a conspiracy to import cocaine into the UK. John Barton (Image: NCA)
John Barton was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment in 2003 after being convicted in his absence for conspiring to import a commercial amount of heroin into the United Kingdom between 1999 and 2000.
He is believed to have links to Fuengirola in Spain. Shashi Dhar Sahnan
Sahnan is accused of being involved in the importation of controlled Class A drugs, heroin, into the United Kingdom.
The huge quantity of drugs, which were concealed in packaging surrounding air conditioning units, was seized by HM Revenue and Customs during a joint operation with Leicestershire police in July 2007.
Customs officers found the drugs hidden in the struts of pallets upon which the machinery was being transported.
Born in India, Sahnan has brown eyes and wears an overt hearing aid in his right ear which sits over the ear. Fatah Benlaredj (Image: NCA)
Fatah Benlaredj is wanted for the rape of a seven-year-old girl. Date of Incident: 1 May 2007. Benlaredj also uses the nickname Samir. Christopher Guest More (Image: NCA)
Christopher More is wanted in connection with the murder of a man in Cheshire, United Kingdom in June 2003.
More and a number of accomplices travelled to a remote farmhouse in Cheshire where, after their demands for money were refused, they assaulted the five people in the house, beating one so badly that he died at the scene.
He is also wanted for the attempted murder of a second man and for the false imprisonment and assault of other victims present during the incident. A number of More’s accomplices have been arrested in relation to the incident however More left the United Kingdom in June 2003 and is believed to have flown to Spain.
Information suggests that More has links to Spain and Malta. His current location is not known. More is know to use a number of aliases: Christopher Guest, Chris Guest, Christopher Moores, Christopher Moore. Date of Incident : June 2003. Kevin Thomas Parle (Image: NCA)
Kevin Thomas Parle is wanted in connection with the murders in Liverpool of 16-year-old Liam Kelly in 2004 and Lucy Hargreaves in 2005. Allan Foster
Foster is alleged to have murdered David ‘Noddy’ Rice at the Marsden Bay Car Park in South Shields on May 24, 2006.
Said to be in his 40s, he is also wanted for two offences of conspiring to supply controlled drugs and also for the theft of a diamond ring.
Foster has links to the Canary Islands and Majorca. He is also known to use the alias Shaun Michael Wilkinson. Derek McGraw Ferguson (Image: NCA)
Ferguson is sought in connection with the murder of Thomas Cameron on 28 June 2007 at the Auchinairn Tavern, Bishopbriggs near Glasgow. Daniel Dugic (Image: NCA)
Dugic is suspected of being involved in a conspiracy to import 255 kilos of cocaine. A number of other individuals were convicted in June 2011.
The conspiracy involved a small UK vessel meeting a commercial container ship in the English Channel from which the drugs were transferred. Although Dugic was not on board either vessel, he is alleged to have played a major part in organising the importation. Daniel Bowes (Image: NCA)
Between March 2011 and January 2012, Bowes and a number of co-conspirators, including Christopher Mealey, were believed to be involved in importation of cocaine from the Netherlands to the UK.
Bowes was allegedly involved in the day to day running of the operation and provided a link between the head of the organised crime group, their contacts and the delivery drivers. Like us on Facebook