Interpol seek Belgian national - Morgan Schreurs
Gardaí are looking for any available information on a Dutch national, Morgan Schreurs
Who is (http://www.interpol.int/Wanted-Persons/(wanted_id)/2000-15574), approximately 39 years old, he is currently sought by Belgian Authorities for the murder of a Belgian National in Brussels in November 1999. At the time Police received intelligence that Schruers was working on a building site in Munich. The suspect was later believed to have moved to Dublin where he worked in pubs around the Dublin city center.
In 2002 Gardaí in Pearse Street and Store Street carried out extensive enquiries around the area to identify Schreurs who was believed to be working as a barman and part-time as a DJ using the stage name DJ Morgandroid, which he had also used in Munich. According to information received in 2001, Schreurs had been treated in hospital in Munich when he was allegedly informed that he had liver damage that may require an operation.
In 2004, further leads were investigated by the Garda Bureau of Fraud Investigation which indicated that Schreurs had been found in possession of an Irish persons VISA card with no valid reason during his time in Munich. Due to the difficulty in contacting the card holder at the time Gardaí were unable to clarify whether or not Schreurs was known to him.
Schreurs is known to speak Dutch, German, English, and French. He is approximately 6 foot in height with a scar over his left eye and was born on 15th May 1973. It is possible that he may use an alias, however no specific details are known regarding any other names or identities used. A European Arrest Warrant has been issued for the subject in relation to this investigation.
Schreurs has been highlighted as part of INTERPOL’s Operation INFRA-RED 2012. This operation is an international joint police operation ensuring cooperation between law enforcement officers from around the world in order to locate and arrest high-profile criminals. The operation focuses on serious cases involving such crimes as murder, child sexual abuse, rape, fraud, corruption, drug trafficking and money-laundering.
INTERPOL is now conducting the international media phase of this Operation INFRA-RED 2012. During this phase, INTERPOL's General Secretariat highlighted twenty-five high profile targets (http://www.interpol.int/Crime-areas/Fugitive-investigations/Fugitive-investigations) from a list of over 500 target subjects which have been collected from fifty-seven countries world-wide, covering six continents. During this phase of the international fugitive operation, members of the public are invited to provide any relevant information which may assist in locating some of the world’s most wanted people.