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UK: Muslim fugitive who ‘only think about sex’ wanted in manhunt over the murder of defenseless elderly couple


They felt sorry for the Muslim murdering migrant and fed and clothed him. In return for their kindness, he killed them. He told a group of boys he would make them disappear. He said: “I’ll stick them in a barrel and then no one would find them again”.’ In other words, he had probably killed people before by either sumerging them in acid in a barrel, or hiding their bodies in a barrel and burrying them.

He had lived in Kosova, Albania – both where Muslim attempts of genocide against non-Muslims is a constant problem and where jihad cells are forming at rapid rate – Yugoslavia and Prague. He also spoke Polish, so he must have been there as well.

One of the victims who is missing had told a neighbor “all he ever thinks about is sex”. She took to wearing trousers with him but previously she had worn short dresses.

Surprise, surprise.

How much would you like to bet that he’s been raping and killing in many countries across Europe and due to the open borders, he was able to just leave one country and relocate to the next.

This is the problem with the European Union. No one is safe within it anymore.

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Albanian fugitive, 42, wanted over murder of line-dancing pensioner fled war-torn Yugoslavia and has been living under an alias in the UK

  • CCTV released of Peter Stuart, 75, and wife Sylvia’s last known movements
  • Pair seen browsing in a farm shop five days before being reported missing
  • Mr Stuart found murdered in woodland near his Suffolk home last Friday
  • The pensioner and his wife, 69, were reported missing on Friday morning  
  • Police still searching for Mrs Stuart, 69, and prime suspect Ali Qazimaj, 42 
  • Detectives ‘strongly believe’ he has fled abroad after his car found in Dover

Ali Qzimaj, 42, is believed to be an ethnic Albanian who fled his home in Kosovo around 20 years ago at the time of the conflicts in the former Yugoslavia

The Albanian fugitive at the centre of an international manhunt over the murder of a line dancing pensioner and his missing wife is a former asylum seeker who was living under an alias in the UK, police have revealed.

Fork lift driver Ali Qzimaj, 42, is believed to be an ethnic Albanian who fled his home in Kosovo around 20 years ago at the time of the conflicts in the former Yugoslavia.

Suffolk Police confirmed today that he had arrived in the UK as a refugee and was given a British passport after being granted asylum. He has also been using the alias Marco Costa.

Qazimaj of Tilbury, Essex, who is believed to have fled to mainland Europe is wanted for questioning over the murder of Peter Stuart, 75, who died from multiple stab wounds.

Detectives also want to quiz him about the disappearance of Sylvia Stuart, 69 who is also feared to have been murdered.

The couple who were keen line dancers were last seen on Sunday May 29 when they were filmed by a CCTV camera on a trip to Goodies farm shop at Pulham Market, Norfolk.

They were declared missing by neighbours and relatives last Friday morning.

Police found the body of Mr Stuart on Friday evening in woods just 50ft from the isolated house where he lived with his wife in Weybread near Eye, Suffolk.

Qazimaj emerged as a key suspect after his sliver Citroen C3 car was found close to the Channel ferry terminal in Dover, Kent, early on Monday.

Suffolk Police later said they ‘strongly believed’ that he had caught a ferry to Calais while unaccompanied just after 7pm on Saturday.

It had been feared Qazimaj may have kidnapped Mrs Stuart but this theory appears to have been dispelled.

Mrs Stuart disappeared shortly before the body of her husband was found last Friday in woodland just 50ft from the couple’s isolated home in Weybread, Suffolk.

The pair were reported on missing on June 3, having last been seen by relatives at a family gathering on May 28.

Investigation: Police and forensic teams have been searching the home of Ali Qazimaj in Tilbury on Monday

Abroad? There are fears Qazimaj may have fled to France, possibly with Mrs Stuart, after police discovered his car in Athol Terrace, Dover  (main). Mr Stuart's body was found near his home in Webread, Suffolk (inset)

Yesterday Suffolk Police have released CCTV of the last time the couple were seen alive. The pair are seen going into Goodies Farm Shop in Pulham Market at 10.18am on Sunday May 29.

Officers are appealing for anyone who may have seen them or who has information regarding their whereabouts from this time until June 3 to get in touch.

Detectives said today they believe Qazimaj – who is linked to the couple’s son-in-law Steve Paxman, 61 – has now fled the country after his car was discovered dumped in the Channel port of Dover.

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TIMELINE OF THE MURDER INQUIRY

Thursday, May 28: Peter and Sylvia Stuart are last seen alive by relatives at a family gathering at their home in Weybread, Suffolk.

Morning of Friday, June 3: The couple are reported missing.

Friday night: Mr Stuart’s body is found in an area of woodland on Friday evening only 50ft away from the isolated house he shared with his wife. It later emerges he died from multiple stab wounds.

Sunday morning: A 61-year-old man from Leicester is arrested on suspicion of murder on Sunday. It later emerged he is believed to be the couple’s son-in-law, Steve Paxman, who remains in police custody.

Early hours of Monday: A silver Citroen C3 belonging to Ali Qazimaj, 42, is discovered in a residential area in Dover.

Monday morning: Suffolk Police issue an appeal, saying Qazimaj, of Tilbury, Essex, is wanted in connection with the murder investigation.

Monday lunchtime: Officers reveal that Mrs Stuart could be alive and with Qazimaj – the man wanted on suspicion of stabbing her husband to death. However, they say hopes of finding the 69-year-old unharmed are fading with every passing minute.

Suffolk Police has ‘reliable information’ that places Qazimaj at the Port of Dover ferry terminal at around 6.30pm on Saturday, the force said. It is strongly believed that he then boarded a passenger ferry unaccompanied to Calais in France soon after 7pm.

Officers are continuing the hunt for the fugitive.

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Detective Chief Superintendent Simon Parkes said detectives were keen to find out as much information as possible about Qazimaj and appealed for help from any members of the public who knew him.

He added: ‘We strongly believe that finding Ali Qazimaj will help us in locating Sylvia, who has now not been seen for nearly 10 days.

‘We know that he was living in Tilbury in Essex and that he has been working in Purfleet as a forklift driver.

‘We believe he is from Kosovo, that he sought asylum following the conflict and was granted this and given a British passport. We also know he has used the name Marco Costa.

‘Our enquiries continue to learn more about his roots and his links within the UK and overseas.

‘We urgently need anyone who knows him, who may have spent time with him over the last few weeks or before this to get in touch and tell us more about his background so that we can trace his movements.

‘We are particularly keen to hear from anyone who may have seen him between Sunday May 29 and when he left the country on Saturday June 4, or anyone who can shed light on where he may have been between these times.’

Police had said on Monday there was a ‘remote’ possibility that Qazimaj may have taken Mrs Stuart with him, but there was ‘only a glimmer of hope that she was still alive’.

Detectives have warned the public not to approach the murder suspect, who neighbours described last night as a gun-obsessed loner who has previously bragged that he could kill someone and dispose of them in a barrel.

His whereabouts were unclear as police said he could be in France or elsewhere in Europe, as he is known to speak Polish and is said to have lived in the former Yugoslavia and Prague. 

Seen on CCTV: Happily browsing in a farm shop, these are the last known movements of a murdered line dancing enthusiast and his missing wife - as police reveal the prime suspect in the case has fled abroad

Suffolk Police have released CCTV of the couple entering Goodies Farm Shop on Wood Lane in Pulham Market at 10.18am on Sunday May 29

Plea for help: Officers are appealing for anyone who may have seen them or who has information regarding their whereabouts from this time until June 3 to get in touch

The pair were reported on missing on June 3 having last been seen at a family gathering on May 28

These are the last known movements of murdered line dancing enthusiast Peter Stuart and his missing wife 

Detectives have also been quizzing a man from Leicester arrested on suspicion of murder on Sunday morning, who has now been named as the couple’s son-in-law, Steve Paxman, who is married to their daughter, Christy, 41.

But he was released on police bail this morning. Mr Paxman is due to return to Martlesham Police Investigation Centre on August 3.

It followed a search yesterday by teams of forensic officers of the couple’s £300,000 house, where weapons including shotguns and cartridges were seen being removed from the property.

The two suspects are believed to have known each other as Qazimaj dated Mr Paxman’s late stepmother, Helen Paxman. More recently Qazimaj moved to Tilbury in Essex from where he vanished on the same day the elderly couple went missing.

He told a group of boys he would make them disappear. He said: “I’ll stick them in a barrel and then no one would find them again.”
– A neighbour on Qazimaj 

Yesterday neighbours said the Albanian, who previously worked for Thurrock Council, had bragged that he could kill someone. One 23-year-old woman said Qazimaj had once threatened to kill a neighbour during a row and boasted that he could pick locks and ‘sort people out’.

She said: ‘He would say stuff like he has got people in his country and if anyone did anything to him they would be gone.’

She added: ‘He told a group of boys he would make them disappear. He said: “I’ll stick them in a barrel and then no one would find them again”.’

The woman, who said she was pestered by Qazimaj, added: ‘He used to freak me out a bit. He would come home from work late. He would knock on my door and always said he could make my partner disappear if I wanted.

‘He was always talking about making people disappear, he said he had made people disappear before with barrels.’

Another woman who lives nearby said: ‘He said about two years ago he could get hold of guns and could kill someone. He had an argument with someone downstairs and he said after, ‘I would kill someone.’ I think his dad is from Prague and his mum is from Albania. He is a weird, horrible man.’

Theory: Sylvia Stuart (pictured), the missing wife of murdered pensioner Peter Stuart could be alive and with Ali Qazimaj, the man wanted on suspicion of stabbing her husband to death, police have revealed

Discovery: The body of Mr Stuart (pictured) was found in an area of woodland on Friday evening only 50ft away from the house he shared with his wife

Mr Stuart was found in woodland around 50ft from their isolated home. Pictured, forensic officers at the scene

It has emerged a 61-year-old man from Leicester arrested on suspicion of murder on Sunday, is believed to be the couple's son-in-law, Steve Paxman. He is still in police custody (police are pictured searching his home)

Family: The couple's daughter Christy with her husband, dog breeder Steve Paxman. It has emerged he is the 61-year-old man from Leicester who was arrested on suspicion of murder on Sunday. He has now been bailed

Search: Police outside the home of Christy and Steve Paxman in Loughborough, Leicestershire, this afternoonSearch: Police outside the home of Christy and Steve Paxman in Loughborough, Leicestershire, this afternoon.

She claimed Mr Qazimaj had been agitated at work before he disappeared. The mother of two also said she thought firearms had been recovered from his property.

Last night a local hairdresser said Qazimaj, who is divorced and has a child with an ex-wife, had struck up a relationship with Steve Paxman’s stepmother despite a 30-year age gap. She also claimed that Qazimaj, who was a regular in betting shops, had committed an offence in a betting shop in Basildon in 2009.

Suffolk Police confirmed that Qazimaj had ‘a connection’ with the family of Mr and Mrs Stuart.

Last night forensics officers from Norfolk and Suffolk police were seen searching the home of the Stuarts’ son-in-law Steve Paxman. Two cars, including at least one 4×4 vehicle, were seized.

Yesterday a resident said she had spoken to Mr Paxman on Saturday morning. She said he had appeared ‘normal’ and had not discussed the fact that his missing father-in-law had been discovered dead in woodland on Friday night.

The resident said: ‘It was just a perfectly normal conversation – there was no indication that he was under any stress at all. He was just so normal, he was his usual friendly self.’

Yesterday Detective Chief Superintendent Simon Parkes said: ‘While hopes for Sylvia’s safety are reducing with the passage of time, there remains the possibility she is still alive. We are actively working to find Ali Qazimaj and determine his movements. The man arrested yesterday is still in custody.’

A keen gambler, gun-obsessed loner and former council worker: What is known about the fugitive wanted over the murder of a Suffolk pensioner and his missing wife… as it’s revealed the stepmother of the couple’s son-in-law was the suspect’s lover

By Sam Tonkin for MailOnline 

Neighbours have described him as a gun-obsessed loner and keen gambler, but much about Ali Qazimaj's background and his links to the Stuart family remain shrouded in mystery

Neighbours have described him as a gun-obsessed loner and keen gambler, but much about Ali Qazimaj’s background and his links to the Stuart family remain shrouded in mystery today.

What has been revealed is that the fork-lift truck driver was once the lover of previously arrested Steve Paxman’s stepmother.

Mr Paxman, who this morning was released on bail, is the son-in-law of murdered Suffolk pensioner Peter Stuart and wife Sylvia. She is still missing but feared dead.

Qazimaj, 42, and Helen Paxman are believed to have struck up a relationship in 2005 when he was 33 and she was 69.

Mrs Paxman is said to have taken the now fugitive into her home after the pair met through her brother, who ran a car dealership.

A neighbour at the flat in Thurrock, Essex, which the pair once shared told The Times: ‘Ali was sleeping rough on the benches.’

David Skipper, 85, said of Mrs Paxman and Qazimaj: ‘He was here about five or six years. She fed and clothed him and she bought him a car.

‘I think they started a relationship from almost the beginning.

‘She told me one day that “all he ever thinks about is sex”. She took to wearing trousers with him but previously she had worn short dresses.’

Mrs Paxman is thought to have died two or three years ago.

Qazimaj’s whereabouts are unclear as police said he could be in France or elsewhere in Europe, as he is known to speak Polish and is said to have lived in the former Yugoslavia and Prague.

Yesterday neighbours said the Albanian, who previously worked for Thurrock Council, had bragged that he could kill someone. One 23-year-old woman said Qazimaj had once threatened to kill a neighbour during a row and boasted that he could pick locks and ‘sort people out’.

She said: ‘He would say stuff like he has got people in his country and if anyone did anything to him they would be gone.’

She added: ‘He told a group of boys he would make them disappear. He said: “I’ll stick them in a barrel and then no one would find them again”.’

It is believed that Qazimaj, who is divorced and has a child with an ex-wife, used to work for Thurrock Council’s cleaning services department but had taken time off after a ‘meltdown’.

Forensic teams and police officers were seen at the Essex home of Qazimaj, who may have fled to France

Yesterday, one neighbour who lives close to Qazimaj’s flat in Tilbury, Essex, described him as ‘a weirdo’.

‘His behaviour has always been very odd whenever I have seen him,’ the unnamed neighbour said.

‘I thought he was a drug dealer to be honest.

‘I can speak Polish so he would speak to me in Polish but he never gave anything away.

‘I only ever saw him on his own – I am not aware that he lived there with anyone.’

Police arrived at the property on Sunday night and sealed off the communal bins and placed an officer at the entrance to the flat.

Another neighbour said: ‘He would pass my window and smile at me but then he would stand there waiting for a response.

‘I found it really creepy.

‘I didn’t know him at all as I’ve not been here very long but he gave me the creeps.’

Qazimaj is described as white, around 5ft 6ins tall, with brown eyes and dark brown greying hair. He was last seen on Friday in Essex.

His car, a silver Citroen C3, was found in a residential area of Dover at around midnight on Sunday.

The vehicle has been searched and will be forensically examined

Teams of forensic specialists and officers with dogs were yesterday searching the couple’s home

Police are now concerned over the safety of Sylvia, who is still missing. Pictured, officers at the scene

3 thoughts on “UK: Muslim fugitive who ‘only think about sex’ wanted in manhunt over the murder of defenseless elderly couple

  1. Muslim’s (Daesh) cannot CANNOT co-exist with anyone with some sort of problem. The only place for these pieces of s.h.i.t. is right back in the hell hole they created to start with.

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