Police release names of 'Costa del Crime' wanted

Police have released the identities of 10 suspected criminals hiding out on the "Costa del Crime".

Here are their details:

:: Jamie Dempsey, 32, of Essex, is wanted by the Serious Organised Crime Agency (Soca) for allegedly conspiring to supply 299 kilos of cocaine worth £80 million in spring 2009.

The suspect is described as being 5ft 9ins, of slim build, with collar-length fair hair and blue eyes.

::: Derek McGraw Ferguson, 47, of Glasgow, is wanted over the murder of Thomas Cameron at the Auchinairn Tavern, Bishopbriggs, near Glasgow, on June 28 2007.

Also known as William Murdoch Henderson, he is described as 5ft 2ins, with short brown balding hair and tattoos of a heart, arrow and dagger on his left arm. Part of his left ear is missing.

:: Anthony Fraser, 39, of London, grandson of "mad" Frankie Fraser, is wanted over a plot to smuggle two tonnes of cannabis, hidden in a lorry of frozen chicken, into Britain from Holland in March 2009.

He is described as 5ft 10ins, with dark brown collar-length untidy hair, green eyes and scars on his left brow and right hand.

:: Patrick Pious Hancox, 67, of Dublin, is wanted by Lancashire Police over a string of child sex offences, including abduction.

Also known as Gordon Patrick Hancox, he is described as of large build, with short dark brown hair, blue eyes and a scar near his right eye.

:: Eriberto Jimenez Melo, 33, of Stamford Hill, north London, has been jailed for 25 years in his absence for conspiracy to supply cocaine.

Also known by the nicknames Nando and Eric, Melo, who was born in the Dominican Republic, was responsible for handling female drug mules.

He is described as 5ft 10ins, with dark brown hair and brown eyes.

:: Jonathon Lejman, or Lehman, 29, of Stoke-On-Trent, is wanted over an aggravated burglary in which a man had his face slashed with a knife.

Lejman and an accomplice are suspected of kicking in the front door of a house in Stoke-on-Trent on December 28, 2009, before attacking the occupants.

He is described as 5ft 7ins, with close-cropped dark brown hair, green eyes and a Midlands accent.

Lejman has multiple scars and tattoos including a "tribal" tattoo on the back of his neck and the words "only the strong survive" across his chest.

:: Darren Kevin O'Flaherty, 36, of Liverpool, is wanted for conspiracy to kidnap and rob after a lorry was hijacked in North Yorkshire and driven to Merseyside in 2006. He is also wanted for murder in Spain.

He is described as 6ft 1in tall, of stocky build, with green eyes and a four-inch scar on his left wrist.

:: William Thomas Robert Paterson, 31, of Glasgow, is wanted over the supermarket car park gangland murder of Kevin Carroll in January last year.

Known by the nicknames Buff or Billy, Paterson is described as 6ft 1ins tall, with red hair and blue eyes.

:: Andrew Mark Spooner, 41, of Leicester, is wanted after he failed to appear at Glasgow High Court to face drugs charges linked to ecstasy in 2001.

He is described as 6ft tall, with short, straight brown hair, green eyes and a Midlands accent.

:: Dutch national Everardus Wijtvliet, 39, is accused of organising the importation of illegal drugs into Britain.

One consignment included a lorry driven into Dover in 2009, carrying 106 kilos of powder mixed with heroin and cocaine.

He is described as 6ft tall with dark, short hair.

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