Kenneth Noye (pictured above) was seen taking shopping bags to the home of his girlfriend
Road rage killer Kenneth Noye has reignited fury within his victim’s family after he was pictured delivering shopping to his girlfriend in a new £25,000 car.
The gangster, 72, was released from a life sentence in June after stabbing Stephen Cameron to death in 1996 then going on the run.
Wearing a navy Nike t-shirt, Noye was seen parking a brand new Volkswagen four-by-four outside his new partner’s house.
The killer, who served nearly 20 years for the murder of the 21-year-old, was seen carrying a shopping bag to the front door of the woman’s four-bed semi.
His new partner, a younger blonde woman who has not been named, reportedly posted a social media message about being reunited with her ‘true love’ when Noye’s release for murder was announced.
‘When two people are meant to be, nothing and no one can end them,’ it said.
‘They may get lost a time or two on their journey, but true, real love will always conquer. Nothing can compete with them. Others can only attempt to fill a void. And eventually, the two will be reunited.
‘That’s the beauty of true love, you always end up with the right person at the right time, regardless of any other factor.’
Stephen Lee Cameron (left) was stabbed to death by Noye in 1996. Stephen is pictured right with his fiancée Danielle Cable
A stock image of a VW 4×4 which Noye was said to have been driving when he was photographed
Speaking to The Mirror, who obtained the pictures, Mr Cameron’s father, Ken, 72, said: ‘I’ll never forgive him. He left my son to die in the gutter that day. But here he is picking up where he left off. It’s a disgrace. He’s laughing in the face of justice.
Former gangster Kenneth Noye’s life of crime
1947: Kenneth Noye is born in Bexleyheath, south east London
1977: Falls into crime and gets an 18-month suspended sentence for having a shotgun.
November 1983: The Brink’s Mat robbery took place where six gunman burst into the warehouse near Heathrow and escaped with £26.3million.
January 1985: Stabbed police officer John Fordham, who was investigating the robbery, to death in grounds of his home in West Kingsdown, Kent. He was under surveillance at the time.
December 1985: Jury clear Noye of murder after agreeing he acted in self-defence
July 1986: Jailed for 14 years for conspiring to handle Brinks Mat gold and evade VAT payments.
1994: He is released from prison.
May 1996: Stabbed Stephen Cameron, 21, to death in a road rage attack on the M25 near Swnaley, Kent
August 1998: Noye arrested in Barbate, Spain.
April 2000: Noye convicted of murder and given a life sentence
2017: Authorised for move to open prison. He is seen on day release from Standford Hill prison a year later.
May 2019 Parole Board announced decision to free him.
June 2019 Kenny Noye is released
‘He’s landed on his feet, hasn’t he? How can he afford cars like that after so many years inside? He must still have money stashed away.
‘It’s just another kick in the teeth. I’d like to afford a car like that.’
Noye stabbed Mr Cameron to death on an M25 slip-road and fled to Spain before his arrest in August 1998.
On his release from jail in June, Mr Cameron’s family branded his sentence ‘not justice’ and a senior detective in the case said it was ‘a joke’.
Reacting to the new photographs, retired detective superintendent Nick Biddiss said: ‘It doesn’t surprise me that Noye is now enjoying life and probably enjoying the fruits of his ill-gotten gains.
‘What do you expect when you let people out of prison? He’s a career criminal and I’ve no doubt that he’s got money stashed away.’
Noye also served 14 years in prison for handling gold bullion stolen in the 1983 Brink’s-Mat heist and he is thought to have millions hidden from the £26million robbery.
He was allowed to walk free after the Parole Board ruled he was safe for release.
But Noye’s plan to return to his £2 million Spanish bolthole, a hilltop mansion, was thwarted after he was told he must live in Britain as a condition of his release.
Under the conditions of his release, Noye can only leave the country in ‘extra special cases’ such as a family bereavement.
Whilst on-the-run for Mr Cameron’s murder, Noye lived under a fake name and hid in fishing villages near Cape Trafalgar, in Cadiz province.
He is believed to have kept hold of his four-bed villa in Atlanterra, which was looked after by his sons Brett and Kevin.