In London, police look for a man convicted of killing three police officers during the Balkan conflict. North Yorkshire officers arrest a man wanted for fraud and money laundering.
In London, the teams of the Metropolitan Police’s Extradition Unit are searching for wanted people across the capital. DS Pete Rance and his team are trying to find a man convicted of murdering three police officers, and injuring another, in Croatia. His crimes were committed during the Balkans conflict, and the photo they have is very old, making the officers’ job of identifying him much harder.
The teams also try to track down an Albanian people smuggler, a Romanian man believed to be part of an organised crime gang in the UK, and a Croatian company director accused of a €225k fraud. In Derbyshire, officers are on the road before dawn looking for a man wanted in Slovakia. Ludvik Banda is convicted of perverting the course of justice and has a four year prison sentence waiting for him. On a previous visit to his home, DS Stuart Kershaw and PC Charlie Lewis were told the wanted man had moved out. Now they know that’s a lie, and they’re not leaving without their man.
North Yorkshire’s extradition specialist Paul Somerville prepares to arrest a British citizen who is wanted in Spain for crimes that date back years.