INTERPOL on April 13, 2012 released the following:
“LYON, France – The arrest in the UK of Ndricim Sadushi, one of Albania’s most wanted and a target of a global INTERPOL fugitive operation has been welcomed by the world police body.
The 41-year-old Albanian national, who is suspected of a range of offences including three murders, one attempted murder, kidnapping and firearms offences during his membership of a gang in the 1990s, was taken into custody in London on 10 April.
Sadushi, who was a target of INTERPOL’s Operation Infra-Red (International Fugitive Round-UP and Arrest – Red Notices) in 2010, was also wanted by Italian authorities for drugs and prostitution related offences.
Information sharing between the National Central Bureaus in Tirana, Rome and London, supported by the Fugitive Investigative Support (FIS) unit at the INTERPOL General Secretariat headquarters in Lyon, France lead to the identification, location and arrest of Sadushi.
INTERPOL’s Operation Infra-Red, launched in July 2010, targeted nearly 450 international fugitives convicted or suspected of committing serious offences including murder, rape, child abuse, kidnapping and drug trafficking has now led to the arrest or location of nearly 200 individuals worldwide.”
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