He had been wanted for more than a year.
Thomas Pride Jeffrey, 34, of Switzerland, believes he is in Bulgaria.
The GMP says he is wanted for plotting to carry a firearm with the intention of endangering his life.
He is suspected of supplying a gun.
He is one of seven fugitives named by police after hacking into an undercover communications system used by unknown individuals.
Guns, ammunition, drugs and more than لاکھ 250,000 worth of dirty cash have been seized in Greater Manchester in a year since the development of secret encryption servers in the northern French state of Roebikes.
About 16,169 suspects have been arrested and 128 of them have been indicted in a significant development against organized crime.
For many years, the fully legal encrypted chat service has allowed 50,000 users worldwide – 9,000 of whom are in the UK – to provide information so that any of their text can be used by law enforcement. The source cannot be hidden.
This was a WhatsApp for serious criminals.
As a result of the recurrence, Encroachit police have identified seven people from the area they are looking for.
The victim is part of Operation Foam, part of the GMP of Operation Ventik, led by the National Crime Agency – based on the infiltration and elimination of encrypted encryptions.
The other six wanted persons are:
* Liam McGrath, 33, of Oldham, wanted for plotting to supply cocaine. It is thought to have links to the Holmes and Chester areas of Oldham.
* Terry Robinson, 32, of Salford, wanted a conspiracy to supply Class A&B drugs, such as cocaine and cannabis, and money laundering.
* Jonathan Memarian, 32, of Manchester, is wanted for conspiracy to supply firearms and Class A and Class B drugs.
* Eugene Robinson, 33, of Manchester, is wanted in connection with a conspiracy to supply controlled drugs and firearms. He may be in Dubai.
* Salman Mehmood, 28, of Karamsal is wanted for conspiracy to supply controlled drugs from Class A. It is thought he may be in Pakistan at the moment.
Caron O’Brien, 38, of Manchester, is wanted for plotting to import and supply Class A drugs and money laundering. It looks like it will be in Spain.
The GMP’s Serious and Organized Crime Unit launched a series of investigations that brought together 16 teams of officers from all ten districts of Greater Manchester under Operation Foam.
As a result, they have already seized ten guns and more than 1,100 rounds of ammunition.
About 12 kg of Class A and about 25 kg of Class B drugs were recovered while dirty cash of ڈھ 250,000 was also seized.
Property worth 300 300,000, including cars and jewelry, which is an undue advantage of suspected criminals, has also been snatched from suspected criminals.
Spy Danny Ingles, head of the GMP’s Serious and Organized Crime Unit, said of Operation Foam: “It has had a significant impact on organized crime, especially at the middle and upper levels. Taking away from them affects their ability to fund this lifestyle
“What we are aware of is that there is a different threat below. We are still seeing firearms as a result of organized crime. There is still a lot of work to be done. We have not been able to say that. Law enforcement Operations in the fight against institutions and criminals.
“We have arrested 169 and charged 128 and there is more to come. People have been charged with a number of crimes, from conspiracy to murder through money laundering, and In the meantime, you have drugs and firearms and other crimes. We have recovered. Handguns and automatic weapons. “
He added: “This development will definitely change the dynamics – we still see crime progress – but it affects the ability of organized crime groups to work with immunity. When they join communities. It seems that they are untouchables but there is proof that no one is untouchable.
“We want to see how we can take advantage of tactics and techniques.
Debit Spirit England acknowledged that the success had created a gap in the criminal record and that others could take advantage of the opportunity.
“It’s always a risk,” he said. “It will give a chance to criminals who want to promote good order or gain a large market share.” That is why law enforcement alone cannot deal with the drivers of crime. It’s all driven by drugs. Market.
“There will always be a market for people when they are using it. However, we know some of the people we have fired are at the top of the list.”
With the exception of Trafford, organized crime groups have been eliminated in every tenth of Greater Manchester.
Detective Spit England said: “We are still reviewing Encroached Source Intelligence, it is still offering opportunities. It may continue for some time. We may identify someone later. We may not know. We’ll find out who the particular handle is, but then with a better understanding. OCG network or some intelligence we can figure it out. “
Chief Detective Inspector Joe Harp said: “It has given us the impetus to prosecute the OCG more widely. We expel people who play every role.
“Or as a family of organized crime, I have a class where we have compensated practically everyone in this family. From top to bottom, where everyone has played a role. So we have cash couriers, stash houses. Man, the people who are managing it. The imports;
“The second benefit is that we’ve recovered more assets than usual. We’ve already recovered 25 2.5 million in cash, because Encroacht has told us where to go and how to get the money back. There are better intelligence streams.
“If you look at the end of the criminal trial, when we consider retrieving houses from some of these people – and we’re talking about people who own multiple properties – the POCA seizes millions. There will be pounds. “
Anyone with information about the search for any of the wanted persons should contact the police on 101 or through their live web chat function. www.gmp.police.uk.
Alternatively, contact the independent charity Crime Stoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111
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