Armed and dangerous Aylesbury local on the run from cops in Spain

Aylesbury man in top ten most wanted criminals in Europe

Aylesbury man in top ten most wanted criminals in Europe

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It is being widely reported that an Aylesbury man who was given three life sentences has gone on the run in Spain.

Gareth Bryan Edwards, 25, was given three life sentences for crimes including robbery with violence and intimidation is being sought by police in Spain.

10 of Europe's most dangerous men were named this week in a crime-stoppers style appeal today, to help catch wanted men from Europe and North Africa.

The list included drug lords, thieves and people convicted of sexual assault, to name but a few.

Detectives said they thought the fugitive from Aylesbury was hiding out in Spain.

'He is a very dangerous person, possibly armed and in possession of drugs,' said a spokesman for the Spanish National Police.

The top ten list also included:

- Francisco de Paula Martorell Chapel, of 61 years, a native of Barcelona. Sentenced to 15 years in prison in 2014 for sexually assaulting his youngest daughter for years.

- Vincent Lamarca Sanchez, 53 years, born in Andalusia. He is from madrid and was involved in a criminal organization responsible for the introduction of thousands of kilos of cocaine from South America. He specialized in making the documentation to pass customs formalities for containers where drugs were hidden. He escaped in January 2016 taking advantage of permission to see his mother.

- Hayet Boughanmi Ep Abbas, also known as Hayet Kaubisch, 32 was born in Tunisia. He is accused of murdering a German who, accompanied by a Moroccan friend, stabbed a woman 53 times to death. He could be in Catalonia and Andalusia and pretending to be of Moroccan origin.

-Rafael Nunez Cencerrado Ruben , 41, born in Valencia awith a height of 1.90 meters. He is a businessman linked to numerous commercial interests of Valencia, and took advantage of this to control one of the largest organizations who imported cocaine in containers. Rafael was directly related to Colombian drug lords of the major cartels.