This is a bit odd to say the least. It also raises a number of questions:
Why has the UK apparently become the number one destination for Polish criminals on the run? Is it the size of Polish community there making it easy for them to hide or is there something the British authorities are doing or not doing that makes the UK a better place to be than Poland? If it's the latter, what, if anything can be done to change that?
Also, was having a job just part of his cover or he really did kneed the bread?
Anyway, here's the first part of the article.
Polish national Piotr Kupiec, 28, who is on the Interpol most wanted list, was arrested after an investigation into gangland killings, theft, violence and murder.
Piotr Kupiec, 28, was arrested after an investigation by Polish officers into gangland killings, theft and violence and the murder of a football fan .
They tracked him down to the historic market town of Devizes, Wiltshire, and found he was employed at the sandwich shop, located just yards from Wiltshire Police headquarters.
Full article here: mirrornews/uk-news/worlds-most-wanted-man-found-7219670A note to mods: the instruction given here: polishforums.com/feedback/threads-deleted-send-off-topic-list-43402/2/#msg1528031 was "If you want the 'news' to stay, your original comment that is bigger than the quote must be included." This post has 108 words of comment and 78 words of quote.