A British teenage murder suspect is thought to be on the run in Ibiza and a reward of up to £10,000 is being offered for information that enables police to arrest him.
Bradley Blundell is thought to be connected with the murder of John Pordage in Chelmsford, according to Euro Weekly News.
The 34-year-old man was shot in August last year near a petrol station and died later in hospital.
Police are not certain where Blundell is, but DCI Martin Pasmore said: “We’ve received information to say he may be using Ibiza as a place to hide, although it is not known where he is at present."
He added that police have information showing Blundell may have friends who often visit the island and have a European Arrest Warrant for him.
Two other teenagers had been charged in relation to the incident, however one of them, who is 16 years old, has been cleared of both murder and manslaughter.
The other teenager is 18-year-old Saul Stanley, who was charged with firearms offences.
He has been convicted of possessing ammunition without a certificate, as well as two counts of possession of a prohibited firearm and perverting the course of justice.
Anyone providing information which helps complete the arrest of Blundell could be eligible for a reward of up to £10,000, they added.
If you have information about Blundell contact Crimestoppers anonymously.