Europe’s most wanted women

A ‘voodoo’ sex trafficking suspect and an on-the-run killer are among the criminals listed by Europol in a campaign to catch the continent’s most wanted women.

In its ‘crime has no gender’ campaign, Europol has revealed the details and faces of fugitives wanted by 21 European countries.

Among them are 18 woman who are convicted or accused of crimes including murder, human trafficking, drugs trafficking and serious fraud dating back as far as 1996.  

Angelina Sacjuka, 30, is wanted by Latvian Police for murder and grievous bodily injury after she and an accomplice punched and kicked a woman to death 'during a conflict' before hiding the body beneath leaves.  In the attack, Sacjuka, who was sentenced to three years and 11 months in prison, knocked the victim to the ground before repeatedly punching and kicking her, breaking most of her ribs and causing 'deadly damage' to her vital organs

Angelina Sacjuka, 30, is wanted by Latvian Police for murder and grievous bodily injury after she and an accomplice punched and kicked a woman to death 'during a conflict' before hiding the body beneath leaves.  In the attack, Sacjuka, who was sentenced to three years and 11 months in prison, knocked the victim to the ground before repeatedly punching and kicking her, breaking most of her ribs and causing 'deadly damage' to her vital organs

Angelina Sacjuka, 30, is wanted by Latvian Police for murder and grievous bodily injury after she and an accomplice punched and kicked a woman to death ‘during a conflict’ before hiding the body beneath leaves.  In the attack, Sacjuka, who was sentenced to three years and 11 months in prison, knocked the victim to the ground before repeatedly punching and kicking her, breaking most of her ribs and causing ‘deadly damage’ to her vital organs

Dorota Kaźmierska, 44, shot her husband Leszek Kaźmierski in the head with a firearm Walter P99 in January 2008. The Polish national, who is described by Europol as 'on the run', was sentenced to 25 years in prison. Reports claim Kaźmierska was imprisoned after the murder but was released in 2013 after having served five years. It was said the break in her sentence was granted due to the 'psychological state' of her son, who suffered from a 'major depressive disorder'. Kaźmierska, who was reportedly the victim of an abusive relationship, is now wanted by Polish Police

Dorota Kaźmierska, 44, shot her husband Leszek Kaźmierski in the head with a firearm Walter P99 in January 2008. The Polish national, who is described by Europol as 'on the run', was sentenced to 25 years in prison. Reports claim Kaźmierska was imprisoned after the murder but was released in 2013 after having served five years. It was said the break in her sentence was granted due to the 'psychological state' of her son, who suffered from a 'major depressive disorder'. Kaźmierska, who was reportedly the victim of an abusive relationship, is now wanted by Polish Police

Dorota Kaźmierska, 44, shot her husband Leszek Kaźmierski in the head with a firearm Walter P99 in January 2008. The Polish national, who is described by Europol as ‘on the run’, was sentenced to 25 years in prison. Reports claim Kaźmierska was imprisoned after the murder but was released in 2013 after having served five years. It was said the break in her sentence was granted due to the ‘psychological state’ of her son, who suffered from a ‘major depressive disorder’. Kaźmierska, who was reportedly the victim of an abusive relationship, is now wanted by Polish Police

Ildikó Dudás, 31, is wanted by Hungarian Police for drug trafficking and the abuse of a minor. Dudás was sentenced to six years in prison for the distribution of drugs in Hungary in 2010 and 2011, and is now said to be on the run. Police said she and her partner often brought their children with them to drug deals at nightclubs and bars close to the Lake Balaton. 'Very often the suspect's children were brought along to the drug transactions,' Europol said of Dudás

Ildikó Dudás, 31, is wanted by Hungarian Police for drug trafficking and the abuse of a minor. Dudás was sentenced to six years in prison for the distribution of drugs in Hungary in 2010 and 2011, and is now said to be on the run. Police said she and her partner often brought their children with them to drug deals at nightclubs and bars close to the Lake Balaton. 'Very often the suspect's children were brought along to the drug transactions,' Europol said of Dudás

Ildikó Dudás, 31, is wanted by Hungarian Police for drug trafficking and the abuse of a minor. Dudás was sentenced to six years in prison for the distribution of drugs in Hungary in 2010 and 2011, and is now said to be on the run. Police said she and her partner often brought their children with them to drug deals at nightclubs and bars close to the Lake Balaton. ‘Very often the suspect’s children were brought along to the drug transactions,’ Europol said of Dudás

Jessica Edosomwan, a Nigerian citizen who escaped after police raided a prostitution ring in Lyon in 2007, is wanted by French authorities. The ring she was involved in exploited some 60 prostitutes who were smuggled into France through Libya with the promise of a better future when they arrived. Once in France, the destitute women were subjected to voodoo 'juju' rites and their families were threatened, Europol said. The case against the those involved is expected to start in Lyon on November 6 and Edosomwan is the only suspect still outstanding. She is believed to be either in the Benelux countries, Italy or Germany, police said

Jessica Edosomwan, a Nigerian citizen who escaped after police raided a prostitution ring in Lyon in 2007, is wanted by French authorities. The ring she was involved in exploited some 60 prostitutes who were smuggled into France through Libya with the promise of a better future when they arrived. Once in France, the destitute women were subjected to voodoo 'juju' rites and their families were threatened, Europol said. The case against the those involved is expected to start in Lyon on November 6 and Edosomwan is the only suspect still outstanding. She is believed to be either in the Benelux countries, Italy or Germany, police said

Jessica Edosomwan, a Nigerian citizen who escaped after police raided a prostitution ring in Lyon in 2007, is wanted by French authorities. The ring she was involved in exploited some 60 prostitutes who were smuggled into France through Libya with the promise of a better future when they arrived. Once in France, the destitute women were subjected to voodoo ‘juju’ rites and their families were threatened, Europol said. The case against the those involved is expected to start in Lyon on November 6 and Edosomwan is the only suspect still outstanding. She is believed to be either in the Benelux countries, Italy or Germany, police said

Kristi Amberg is wanted by police in Estonia for buying and selling 'large quantities' of narcotics between July and September 2017. She was sentenced to one year and nine months in prison on the charges, but is described by Europol as 'on the run'. 'People think that usually these crimes are not being committed by women, but they are and they are equally as serious as those committed by men', Europol spokeswoman Tine Hollevoet said

Kristi Amberg is wanted by police in Estonia for buying and selling 'large quantities' of narcotics between July and September 2017. She was sentenced to one year and nine months in prison on the charges, but is described by Europol as 'on the run'. 'People think that usually these crimes are not being committed by women, but they are and they are equally as serious as those committed by men', Europol spokeswoman Tine Hollevoet said

Kristi Amberg is wanted by police in Estonia for buying and selling ‘large quantities’ of narcotics between July and September 2017. She was sentenced to one year and nine months in prison on the charges, but is described by Europol as ‘on the run’. ‘People think that usually these crimes are not being committed by women, but they are and they are equally as serious as those committed by men’, Europol spokeswoman Tine Hollevoet said

Adilet Shakirgazieva, 31, was one of a five-strong group who carried out a series of robberies in apartments across Malta in 2014. She and four men were said to have broken into homes and stolen jewellery and money. Shakirgazieva was arrested in September 2015 and taken to court, after which she was held in custody pending a hearing. Upon her preliminary hearing, Shakirgazieva was granted bail in May 2017. She failed to attend court in July 2017 and has not been seen since

Adilet Shakirgazieva, 31, was one of a five-strong group who carried out a series of robberies in apartments across Malta in 2014. She and four men were said to have broken into homes and stolen jewellery and money. Shakirgazieva was arrested in September 2015 and taken to court, after which she was held in custody pending a hearing. Upon her preliminary hearing, Shakirgazieva was granted bail in May 2017. She failed to attend court in July 2017 and has not been seen since

Adilet Shakirgazieva, 31, was one of a five-strong group who carried out a series of robberies in apartments across Malta in 2014. She and four men were said to have broken into homes and stolen jewellery and money. Shakirgazieva was arrested in September 2015 and taken to court, after which she was held in custody pending a hearing. Upon her preliminary hearing, Shakirgazieva was granted bail in May 2017. She failed to attend court in July 2017 and has not been seen since

Renáta Lorinc, 46, is wanted by Slovakian authorities after she made a series of unauthorized withdrawals on behalf of her clients at the bank where she worked. She was also said to have worked as a 'relationship manager', and she was able to 'acquire payment cards with the possibility of withdrawing money' without the consent of the customer. She moved to Connecticut, US in April 2015 and was found guilty in absence in January

Renáta Lorinc, 46, is wanted by Slovakian authorities after she made a series of unauthorized withdrawals on behalf of her clients at the bank where she worked. She was also said to have worked as a 'relationship manager', and she was able to 'acquire payment cards with the possibility of withdrawing money' without the consent of the customer. She moved to Connecticut, US in April 2015 and was found guilty in absence in January

Renáta Lorinc, 46, is wanted by Slovakian authorities after she made a series of unauthorized withdrawals on behalf of her clients at the bank where she worked. She was also said to have worked as a ‘relationship manager’, and she was able to ‘acquire payment cards with the possibility of withdrawing money’ without the consent of the customer. She moved to Connecticut, US in April 2015 and was found guilty in absence in January 

Pictured: Melanija Stropnik, 59, who is wanted by Slovenia for fraud

Pictured: Melanija Stropnik, 59, who is wanted by Slovenia for fraud

Pictured: Zorka Rogic, 28, who is wanted by Croatia for arms and drugs trafficking

Pictured: Zorka Rogic, 28, who is wanted by Croatia for arms and drugs trafficking

Zorka Rogic (right) is sought by police in Croatia for illicit trafficking in narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances and weapons, munitions and explosives. Melanija Stropnik (left) is wanted by Slovenia after she ‘seduced and defrauded’ a man to give her 188,042 euro (£16,000) in cash

Pictured: Radina Stancheva Zhecheva who was sentenced to five years in prison in Bulgaria for Fraud

Pictured: Radina Stancheva Zhecheva who was sentenced to five years in prison in Bulgaria for Fraud

Pictured: Elena Puzyrevich, 39, who is wanted in Spain for human trafficking

Pictured: Elena Puzyrevich, 39, who is wanted in Spain for human trafficking

Elena Puzyrevich (right) is wanted by Spain for human trafficking after she lured forced nine Russian girls into prostitution at a club in Cáceres. One of the girls jumped through a window to try to escape, and was hospitalised for her injuries. Radina Stancheva Zhecheva (left) was sentenced to five years in prison in Bulgaria in 2018 for a series of frauds she committed between 2010 and 2011. Police said she acted as an unofficial broker and used forged personal documents

Pictured: Hilde Van Acker, 56, who is wanted by Belgium for murder

Pictured: Hilde Van Acker, 56, who is wanted by Belgium for murder

Pictured: Elizabeth Dizon Honrada, 57, who is wanted by the Netherlands for drug trafficking

Pictured: Elizabeth Dizon Honrada, 57, who is wanted by the Netherlands for drug trafficking

Hilde Van Acker (left) was sentenced to life imprisonment in 2011 for the murder of Brit Marcus John Mitchell in Belgium in 1996. She and her partner Jean-Claude Lacote were both convinced of murder at Assize’s Court of West-Vlaanderen. Elizabeth Dizon Honrada (right) is wanted by the Netherlands after she imported cocaine into the country twice in 2003

Pictured: Elisabeth Gertrude Skarits, 63, who is wanted by Austria for serious fraud

Pictured: Elisabeth Gertrude Skarits, 63, who is wanted by Austria for serious fraud

Pictured: Monika Rafaelova, 46, who is wanted by Sweden for aggravated theft and fraud

Pictured: Monika Rafaelova, 46, who is wanted by Sweden for aggravated theft and fraud

Elisabeth Gertrude Skarits (left) is wanted by Austria for alleged real estate and rental fraud which caused the loss of 4.3million euros between 2005 and 2008. The offences were reportedly committed as she worked as the managing director of a property management company. Monika Rafaelova (right) is wanted by Sweden after she repeatedly committed aggravated thefts against elderly women in food stores and shopping centres. She was said to have stolen the bags and wallets of her victims and withdrawn money from their accounts

Pictured: Iveta Tancosova who is wanted by the Czech Republic for human trafficking

Pictured: Iveta Tancosova who is wanted by the Czech Republic for human trafficking

Pictured: Ildiko Enderle, 43, who is wanted by Romanian Police for organised crime

Pictured: Ildiko Enderle, 43, who is wanted by Romanian Police for organised crime

Iveta Tancosova (left) is wanted by the Czech Republic for human trafficking after she lured a young girl to England under the pretense that she would work as a nurse before forcing her into prostitution. She then sold her victim to relatives in Ireland in January 2011. Tancosova was sentenced to seven and a half years in prison but is on the run from the law. Ildiko Enderle (right) is wanted by Romanian Police after she recruited young girls with the promise of a job in Germany, before transporting them to the Czech Republic and forcing them into prostitution

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