NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Have you seen a man who loaded live giraffes into a Tanzanian military plane for delivery to Qatar? If so Interpol would like to speak with you.
The international police agency Interpol recently began a Most Wanted campaign of suspects who have carried out such environmental crimes as wildlife trafficking, illegal fishing, illegal logging and trading in ivory.
Interpol is asking for the public’s help in tracking down nine suspects on that list. Ioannis Kokkinis, an Interpol criminal intelligence officer, said in a statement this week that a new clue can crack open a dormant case.
“Sometimes all it takes is a fresh pair of eyes to bring new momentum to an investigation and provide the missing clue which will help locate these wanted individuals, some of who have been evading justice for years,” Kokkinis said.