The four fugitives at the top of Scotland’s most wanted list

ONE of Scotland’s most wanted people has just dropped off the list this week following an arrest in the Netherlands. 

Mark Quinn, 57, was detained over alleged drug crimes committed in Scotland between 2013 and 2014.

He is facing extradition to Scotland after his arrest in the Netherlands. 

But who are the four remaining men who are still wanted for dangerous and violent  crimes, such as rape and murder? 

To help catch the men, Crimestoppers has released information and pictures of each fugitive, as well as any specific details about their appearance.

If you have seen any of the list, members of the public are urged to contact Police Scotland 101 or Crimestoppers immediately.

The full list is below.

Derek McGraw Ferguson

HeraldScotland:

Ferguson is sought in connection with the murder of Thomas Cameron on 28 June 2007 at the Auchinairn Tavern, Bishopbriggs near Glasgow.

Ferguson was born in Glasgow in 1964. He has green/blue eyes and short balding brown/grey hair.

He is also missing the top of his left ear and has a number tattoos on his left arm: a Heart, an Arrow and a Dagger. FERGUSON uses a fake Irish accent.

He has connections to Spain. 

 

Rezgar Zengana

HeraldScotland:

 

Rezgar Zengana was convicted of raping a 25 year old female. He posed as a private hire taxi driver and collected his victim and drove her to an unknown private dwelling where he raped her.

He was convicted of rape at the High Court in Glasgow on 6th June 2008. He failed to appear for sentencing on 4th July 2008 and remains at large.

Zengana is of Middle Eastern appearance, was born in Iraq in 1983 and has brown eyes.

He is believed to be in the Netherlands or Turkey.

 

Warren Day

HeraldScotland:

Warren Day, wanted for serious assault on female partner.

On the 20th April 2020, Warren Day viciously assaulted his vulnerable partner causing serious head injuries including loss of several teeth and damage to mouth, jaw and nose.

Following the incident, Warren has immediately fled the North Wales area and is actively avoiding apprehension. He has links to criminality throughout the North West and Scotland and a long history of violent and drug offences.

Warren Day has made an effort to change his appearance since he has been on the run. He has a tattoo of “JODIE” on his left wrist [approx. 30mm in size]. He speaks with a Liverpool accent.

He is believed to be in the Hebrides, Scotland.

 

Jonathon Kelly

HeraldScotland:

Jonathon Kelly, who is extremely violent and poses a high risk to both police and members of the public, was convicted at various courts of a number of offences between 2002 and 2010.

He received sentences in excess of 16 years, and in September 2013 he was released on licence but he failed to adhere to conditions set.

The offences he was convicted of included an assault to severe injury and danger of life, robbery, assault to severe injury and permanent disfigurement, breach of the peace and having a sharply pointed implement in prison.

In one of the most serious assaults Kelly stabbed and paralysed his victim using a machete.

He is from Glasgow, around 40, has blue/grey eyes, occasionally has a beard and speaks with a Scottish accent. He scars to the left and right side of the face, scar to his arms and on his right hand.

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