Friday 17 September 2021

Two Of Most Wanted Briton Wanted By Costa Rica

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Q COSTA RICA – Two of the most wanted Britons in the world are wanted by Costa Rica police. Britain’s The Mirror and Mail Online have released the list of criminals sought by Interpol.

The list compiles some of Britain’s most wanted fugitives in the world, that include pedophiles, sex attackers, terrorists, drug kingpins, alleged murderers, and fraudsters, all who have Interpol ‘Red Notices’, meaning they are actively being sought.

The two British nationals wanted by Costa Rica are Adriana Barton and Charles Richard Harsden Noton

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Adriana Barton. Photo by Interpol

Adriana Barton, 47, a Brazilian born Briton, is wanted by police in Costa Rica in connection with fraud. Barton speaks English and Spanish as well.

Charles Richard Harsden Noton. Photo by Interpol

Charles Richard Harsden Noton is 42 years old, from Gloucestershire, is being sought by Costa Rican police in connection with charges of fraud. He speaks English and Spanish.

Authorities in countries including the Costa Rica, United States, Australia and India are actively hunting or seeking the extradition of these fugitives.

INTERPOL enables police in 190 member countries to work together to fight international crime, providing a range of policing expertise and capabilities, supporting three main crime program: Counter-terrorism, Cybercrime, and Organized and emerging crime.

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