One of Europe's "most dangerous" criminals last seen in Dublin, says Europol
He is accused of the murder of his ex-partner.
One of Europe's "most dangerous" on-the-run criminals was last seen in Dublin, according to Europol.
The law enforcement agency reports that Hamid Nour Eddine G Ibrahim, who is accused of murder and grievous bodily injury, was last seen in Ireland's capital.
Ibrahim allegedly murdered his ex-partner Sylvana Muscat in her Malta apartment in 2015. He is known to have fled the country soon after to fly to Italy. One month later he was seen in Dublin.
"[The] victim was found murdered in her bedroom of her apartment in St Paul’s Bay on the 11th March 2015," reads Europol's report.
"The investigation proved that the victim was murdered inside the same apartment by her former partner Hamid Nour Eddine G Ibrahim. The autopsy proved that victim died of a total of five stab wounds on the same day her body was discovered."
The new appeal for the Libyan man's whereabouts comes five years after his alleged crimes.
European and International warrants have both been issued for his arrest. This fresh appeal comes alongside 56 others, 18 of whom are wanted for alleged sex crimes.