Caldey Island: Sex offender evaded justice at abbey

Caldey Island: Sex offender evaded justice at abbey
 

A fugitive child sex offender fled to a Pembrokeshire island's abbey to evade justice and remained there for seven years, it has been revealed.
Paul Ashton, from Sussex, went on the run in 2004 charged with possessing indecent images of children.
When he was discovered at Caldey Island in 2011, more indecent images were found on his computer in the monastery.
He was arrested and brought to justice after a visitor recognised him from a Crimestoppers "Most Wanted" list.
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25 November 2017 in Regional, Views: 142
Source: BBC
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