arms are said to be covered in scars,
distinctive Hells Angels tattoos adorn his back
and piercing green eyes peer out on a world that
has made it its business to hunt him down.
if alleged serial killer, drug smuggler and
violent gang member David MacDonald Carrol lives
next door to you, you probably wouldn't have a
Carrol, a Canadian national and Hells Angel
bikie member nicknamed "Wolf", is one of the
world's most wanted criminals and, if police
intelligence reports are correct, he may be
hiding in Australia.
Carrol was named this week by Interpol and Crime
Stoppers International on a list of 60 notorious
crooks that authorities across the globe are now
trying to track down.
Crime Stoppers International says fellow bikie
members may well be conspiring to keep him
beyond the law right here in Australia.
58-year-old's alleged rap sheet makes grim
Royal Canadian Mounted Police believe Carrol is
guilty of 13 murders, conspiracy to murder,
attempted murder, drug trafficking,
participation in gang activities and conspiracy.
crimes are all said to have taken place between
1995 and 2001 and stem partly from a drug feud
with rival motorcycle gang members.
warns members of the public that Carrol is
potentially violent and not to try to apprehend
Crime Stoppers International said Australian
bikies may well be hiding him, possibly very
well disguised and under a new identity.
it said anyone harbouring Carrol could end up
facing severe criminal penalties.
United Motorcycle Council of Australia has
dismissed the idea Carrol is in Australia,
saying the ongoing police crackdown on outlaw
bikie gang members would make it extremely hard
for Carrol to remain hidden.
the reality is that if he is here, hardly anyone
would know about it.
fugitive would almost certainly have slipped
into the country on a false passport, under
heavy disguise, possibly having had plastic
surgery and significantly aged from his last
known photograph, taken in 1999.
Asked if Aussie bikies could be harbouring
Carrol, Crime Stoppers International spokesman
Peter Price said: "It's logical - people
normally do reside with those they feel most
"They normally stick closely to people they know
is associated with motorcycle gangs so it's
motorcycle gangs where he's likely be most
Price declined to speculate which state Carrol
could be in and admitted it was not certain he
was in Australia.
Interpol notes there are dozens of other Hells
Angels chapters around the world that could be
Carrol has frequented numerous other countries
including Brazil, Mexico and the US, and speaks
French, Interpol says.
he is known to have very strong links to
Australia, according to police intelligence, and
Mr Price said there would be people willing to
know these people are embedded deeply within
communities," he added.
United Motorcycle Council of Australia
spokesperson Margaret Lawson argues police
surveillance of bikies gangs, particularly in
NSW, would make it almost impossible to hide
wouldn't attach too much importance to the idea
that he is in NSW or even Australia," Ms Lawson
are under so much intense surveillance here in
NSW, our telephone conversation right now is
probably being recorded by the police somewhere,
so it would not be the wisest place to be, it
would be hard to hide."
This week, NSW Police applied to the Supreme
Court to have the Hells Angels declared a
Outlaw bikie gangs in the state have been almost
constantly in the spotlight since the March 2009
brawl between rival gang members at Sydney
Airport which left Anthony Zervas, 29, dead
after being bashed.
similar manhunt for Carrol launched in 2009
failed to find him, although it did locate 45
other fugitives wanted by Interpol and Crime
Stoppers and resulted in eight being put behind
Another alleged crook currently suspected of
being in Australia is the former mining
executive Jason Holland, who is accused of a
large fraud against a former employer, South
African resource firm Sentula Mining.
It's alleged that in 2008 he set up a bank
account in Germany into which he siphoned off a
large amount of Sentula's cash before vanishing.
42-year-old could also be in the UK or the
Netherlands, Interpol says.
bespectacled former financial director is
believed to hold South African and British
Interpol and Crime Stoppers International has
appealed for information about both men and 58
other fugitives on the wanted list.
organisations have launched similar appeals in
countries across the globe, appealing to
ordinary citizens to report possible sightings.
"The initiative is well and truly an
international one. We live in a global
community, and these people have family and
friends, and are lurking in our communities," Mr
"They need to be weeded out, once and for all -
five hundred million pairs of community eyes and
ears, means the odds are well and truly stacked