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CCTV images show murder suspect of innocent dad Trevor O’Neill

Laura Larkin

Published 01/12/2016 | 22:22

CCTV image via RTÉ Prime Time. Inset - Innocent victim Trevor O'Neill who was shot in case of mistaken identity
CCTV image via RTÉ Prime Time. Inset - Innocent victim Trevor O'Neill who was shot in case of mistaken identity

A SENIOR Spanish police officer has said the force is determined to “dismantle” and “crush” the Kinahan cartel.

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The international crime gang, lead by Daniel Kinahan, is being investigated by the Guardia Civil in Spain for crimes from murder to money-laundering.

“The Kinahan clan has been settled on the Costa Del Sol for a number of years, and they are one of the most relevant and dangerous criminal organisation operating in Europe,” La Guardia Civil officer told RTE Primetime, on the condition of anonymity.

“They are mostly integrated and made up of Irish, British and Spanish citizens and they are involved in drug trafficking, arms trafficking and money laundering among other criminal activities,” he said.

 “Our commitment with the rest of the national and international partners is total to completely dismantle this international gang.

“We believe this is the right way to crush this menace. And La Guardia Civil is absolutely determined to do it.”

The show also revealed CCTV images showing the gunman who shot innocent dad of three Trevor O’Neill as he holidayed in the Spanish resort of Costa de la Calma last August.

The chilling images show a gunman approach the Dublin City Council worker before fleeing the scene less than 30 seconds later.

The CCTV was captured from a store near the scene of the brutal murder.

Mr O’Neill was shot in a case of mistaken identity and the Kinahan cartel are believed to have been behind the botched hit.

Pic via RTE Prime Time - CCTV Footage of murder suspect of Trevor O'Neill
Pic via RTE Prime Time - CCTV Footage of murder suspect of Trevor O'Neill

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