Constantin Niciu wanted by Redbridge police as part of Metropolitan Police Extradition Unit appeal

Constantin Niciu

Constantin Niciu

First published in News East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Photograph of the Author by , Senior reporter

A Romanian man wanted for robbery and kidnap in his home country is being sought by Redbridge police.

Constantin Niciu is one of 18 high-risk offenders named by the Metropolitan Police Service’s Extradition Unit in a public appeal issued today.

The 34-year-old is wanted in connection with the abduction of two men who refused to assist in the trafficking of women.

The men were tied up, beaten with a plank of wood and their mobile phones and motor vehicle were stolen.

Niciu, who also uses the name Claudin Fagas, has links to Havering and is wanted by Redbridge police for recall to prison.

Police have advised the public not to approach him.

If you have any information on his whereabouts call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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12:57pm Mon 4 Feb 13

Cornbeefur says...

I hope that this is not an example of what is to come once the Borders are opened further next year. The trouble seems to be that we do not know the past history of many migrants and some could be mass murderers on the loose.

They should take fingerprints and photographs and DNA of everyone who comes into UK.
I hope that this is not an example of what is to come once the Borders are opened further next year. The trouble seems to be that we do not know the past history of many migrants and some could be mass murderers on the loose. They should take fingerprints and photographs and DNA of everyone who comes into UK. Cornbeefur
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11:24pm Mon 4 Feb 13

ColinOrient says...

Cornbeefur wrote:
I hope that this is not an example of what is to come once the Borders are opened further next year. The trouble seems to be that we do not know the past history of many migrants and some could be mass murderers on the loose.

They should take fingerprints and photographs and DNA of everyone who comes into UK.
There is no doubt this will happen. It is deeply worrying for us and future generations here as this country will become even more greatly over-populated, crime-ridden and in a word, skint.
[quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: I hope that this is not an example of what is to come once the Borders are opened further next year. The trouble seems to be that we do not know the past history of many migrants and some could be mass murderers on the loose. They should take fingerprints and photographs and DNA of everyone who comes into UK.[/p][/quote]There is no doubt this will happen. It is deeply worrying for us and future generations here as this country will become even more greatly over-populated, crime-ridden and in a word, skint. ColinOrient
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