International Manhunt for Kevin Parle Suspected in 2 Murders
A fugitive wanted in connection with two unsolved murders in Liverpool is lying low in Asia, a private investigator believes.
The 15-year hunt for Kevin Parle is ongoing since the shooting dead of mum-of-three Lucy Hargreaves and 16-year-old Liam Kelly in the city, for which he is an official suspect.
The 6 ft-6 in Scouser had allegedly been seen by eyewitnesses, lying low in the coastal resorts of Costa Blanca.
But new intelligence reaching Peter Bleksley, the former Met detective now searching for him, suggests he has now traveled 10,000 kilometers away, into Asia.
One person who spoke to the ex-Hunted TV cop explained how he once saw Parle in a bar in Koh Phangan, Thailand.
And recent sources indicate the “dangerous” career criminal has also shown up in Dubai, from where it can be difficult to extradite fugitives back to the UK.
Due to the growing Asia links, the former detective has already got flyers translated into Thai and Arabic, which describe his quest to find Parle, which he hopes to soon hand out to people living in key areas within those two places.
Thailand and Dubai remain on his list of places to visit soon, but the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has meant trips, at the moment, are out of the question.
Mr. Bleksley said: “Monday’s announcement by the Prime Minister (of a UK lockdown) would make that a ludicrous thing to do.
“Our trip has been cut well short.”
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In more developments, Bleksley spoke to a retired police officer, now a farmer, who described an incident around 15 years ago, when a motorist driving a Landrover Discovery crashed into his fields and sped around looking for an exit route.
The cop, who was plowing at the time at the location in the north of England, recalled the vehicle hurtling down a nearby motorway embankment, following a major crash, a short distance away.
Speaking on tape, and without disguising his voice, he told Mr. Bleksley: “All of a sudden I saw a Land Rover Discovery flying around my fields.
“So I lifted the plow out the ground and gave chase.
“He was looking for an exit out of the farm as the gates were shut, he smashed through my fence onto the lane and away.
“I got 15 yards away, he leaned out the drivers and put his fingers up, and ‘ta ra.'”
The ex-policeman has positively identified that person as Parle.
The Liverpudlian, now 39, is a significant suspect for Merseyside Police in Ms. Hargreaves’ murder.
The 22-year-old was shot dead as she slept under a duvet on the sofa in her front room in Lambourne Road, Walton, in August 2005.
The previous year, in June 2004, 16-year-old Liam Kelly was also gunned down and murdered on Grafton Street in Dingle, in connection with which the very tall and well-built fugitive is also wanted.
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