A British refugee wanted over dual murders in Liverpool might be vital in Australia, Federal Police (AFP) say.
Kevin Parle, 35, is wanted over a deaths of Lucy Hargreaves, 22, and Liam Kelly, 16, more than a decade ago.
A declare reportedly pronounced he believes he had a splash with Parle in Perth, Western Australia, call Australian authorities to launch an appeal.
Parle goes by a nickname ‘Hemp’ and is now listed as one of Spain’s many wanted fugitives, AFP said.
He is famous to have links to a Torrevieja area of Spain.
Ms Hargreaves’ murder in 2005 was described as “one of a many heartless and cruel acts” Merseyside had seen.
Three group entered her residence in Walton on 3 Aug 2005, and shot her while she slept on a sofa.
They afterwards set glow to a building, before Ms Hargreaves’ partner and toddler daughter transient a glow by jumping from an upstairs window.
Teenager Liam Kelly was shot on a Liverpool travel in a early hours of 19 Jun 2004.
Officers trust a teen was approached by dual group from opposite directions, both armed with guns.
He attempted to run divided and was shot in a chest and arm as he attempted to get into a house.