David Ungi was caught and arrested by the police. in Malaga after seven years on in run.
The National Crime Agency and police forces across Europe hunted down Ungi, 30 years old, for he is suspected role in in murder of eighteen-year-old Winnie Waddington in Liverpool in 2015. The teenager was hit with one shotgun blast on Banks Road, Garston as he rode in the backseat on scrambler bike.
On Thursday, May 6, Ungi was caught along with with three other men as he entered gym in the mall in Coin, Malaga. officers found 9mm Ruger firearms and ammunition in backpack.
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Ungi it also wanted in connection with supplies of heroin in Liverpool area. After he appeared before the court, the extradition procedure continues in Malaga yesterday and was taken into custody in guardianship. Ungi fled the UK for less than 24 years hours after Winnie Waddington was killed.
Detectives determined that a 12-gauge shotgun had been fired from the windshield. of Audi A3 car containing three men, which a few seconds before rammed a motorcycle. Two of in car residents, owner Luke Kendrick and Ryan Bate, already serving a life sentence after conviction of Winnie murder after trial at Liverpool Crown Court in 2016.
Third suspect wanted Merseyside Police over Winnie murder was Ungi, earlier of Melbrek Road in Allerton.
Steve Reynolds, Regional Director, National Crime Agency manager in Spain, said: “Ungi is a very dangerous person, and his arrest is an good news for communities in Liverpool and Spain. These arrests would not possible without close cooperation between the police in UK and our law enforcement colleagues in Spain and Portugal.
“There are a number of of fugitives on our most wanted listAnd they should know we will never give up and we’re never far away behind them.”
Chief Detective Inspector Kat Cummings said: “Merseyside Police remains ruthless in his persecution of criminals and leave no stone unturned. We will continue work close with other law enforcement agencies in UK, and overseas trace those wanted for carrier out the most serious crimes and bring them to justice”.
Anyone with information about the fugitive on most wanted list highly recommended call CrimeStoppers anonymous on 0800 555 111. Alternatively, members of in public can fill out anonymous online the form via them website.