ONE of the UK’s most wanted men has been held in Spain.
Tony Ager, in his 30s, was arrested as part of a police operation targeting a gang suspected of arms trafficking.
A number of weapons were found at a flat, where he was held along with an unnamed woman.
At least six other people were arrested in simultaneous raids by armed police in Murcia and nearby villages in the south east of Spain.
They are being held on suspicion of arms trafficking as well as robbery and fraud.
Some are being linked to violent attacks on rival gangs.
Ager was named in a recent UK Crimestoppers appeal after being linked to a serious assault in Cambridge in May 2015.
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