Two Brits named in relation to missing expatriate Agnese Klavina

Published:  9 Apr at 9 AM
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Names of the two British men who were questioned over the disappearance of the Latvian expatriate Agnese Klavina have now been released.

Craig Porter and George Wesley Capper were in court on Monday facing questioning over the incident. Their names have been released after a gagging order regarding the case was lifted.

The two men were seen driving away with Agnese in a car on the same night she went missing in photos taken outside at Puerto Banus’s Aqwa Mist nightclub. These photos were shown to the court.

George Wesley Capper is the son of a well known British man from Essex and key player in Marbella - Frank Capper.

According to a source helping with the investigation, Craig Porter from Liverpool was working as an enforcer for the father and son duo.

When questioned at the hearing in court, both men remained quiet. During the hearing, a photo was shown from the day after Agnese’s disappearance of three unidentified men moving a large bag onto a boat which belonged to the men accused.

Agnese’s family spokesman said that they are frustrated that she has not yet been found, no charges have been made and that it seems that Spain allows people with violent tendencies to operate with impunity around Marbella.

Porter has admitted being in the car with Agnese but said he fell sleep before she was dropped off.

The boat has since been seized in connection with the case.
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