Britain's most-wanted foreign criminals revealed as police bid to flush out the killers in hiding

By Rebecca Camber for the Daily Mail

The names and photos of more than a dozen violent foreign criminals are released by police today.

Suspected multiple murderers, rapists and robbers have fled from countries including Romania, Poland, Albania and Australia to hide in the UK in the hope of escaping justice.

Detectives have launched a manhunt, codenamed Operation Sunfire, to trace 14 fugitives wanted from around the world.

They include a suspected serial killer thought to have skipped Albania after a killing spree.

Ndrieim Sadushi, 41, is thought to have murdered three people and attempted to kill a fourth in his native country in 1997.

Also on the run in Britain are Polish brothers Wojciech Glowacki, 29, and Dariusz Glowacki, 33, who are both wanted for raping a young girl.

Wojciech is also suspected of further child sex attacks in his native Poland and the pair are thought to be hiding in or around London.

Wanted: Wojciech Glowacki, Dariusz Glowacki, Ndrieim Sadushi and Tato Kakauridze

Wanted: Wojciech Glowacki, Dariusz Glowacki, Ndrieim Sadushi and Tato Kakauridze

The gallery of suspects includes four Romanians, six Poles and fugitives from Albania, Georgia, Australia and Italy.

Some offenders may have entered the country legally before arrest warrants were issued.

Dariusz Hanusiak, 28, is suspected of being part of a gang who carried out a horrific murder in Poland, with the attackers taking turns to beat and stab their victim to death. He has been linked to Southend-on-Sea, Essex.

Another suspected killer, Ioan Cretu, 36, is thought to have sought refuge in Waterloo after battering a man to death in Romania.

Detectives want to trace Tato Kakauridze, 33, who is accused of a fatal stabbing in Georgia and has been linked to Leeds and surrounding areas.

Others sought for extradition are wanted over serious attacks, robberies and drug dealing.

Police are seeking Mehmoud Farah, 52, who is accused of sexually assaulting a man at knifepoint in Italy.

The Egyptian, who speaks Arabic and Italian, has links to Lewisham and New Cross in South London.

Adrian Vasilescu, 31, is thought to be hiding out in Manor Park, East London, after fleeing Romania where he is accused of cutting his victim’s throat using a beer bottle.

Ion Ciprian Bobocel, 27, is accused of battering his victim around the head during a violent robbery in Romania.

He is also thought to be in the East London area and has links to Ilford, Dagenham and Essex.

Costin Cristian Stoica, 23, is wanted in Romania where he is accused  of spraying a woman in the face with a noxious substance and stealing her handbag.

Police believe he is in the North London area and could be working as a plumber or electrician.  

The officer leading the manhunt, Detective Sergeant Pete Rance, said: ‘We are hoping the public’s vigilance can help us in tracing these men.

‘Many are considered dangerous and should not be approached.

‘The countries where these crimes happened want these men back to face justice for these offences and it is in the interests of London to help find them.’

Police are urging anyone with information on the suspects to call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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