Released gangster Kenny Noye looks to Wales for a quiet life as views property at Talygarn Manor In South Wales
Gangster Kenny Noye Looks To Wales: Gold bullion gangster Kenny Noye, recently released on parole after serving a life sentence for the murder of Stephen Cameron is looking at a move to a Manor house in South Wales.
The Manor house sits on the outskirts of a village known as Pontyclun and in recent years has been transformed from a Miner’s hospital into luxury houses and apartments.
Noye who has been not allowed to travel to his 2 million pound villa near Cadiz in Spain which was his reported location, has set his sights on Wales for a quiet life.
Due to parole conditions, the now 73-year-old, can’t travel abroad except for extreme circumstances and according to insiders wants a way to Wales for a quiet life.
The quaint setting of Talygarn Manor is set back from the main road and secured by high fences and security gates, a perfect location to relax after eventually being released from prison.
A local estate agent took Noye and 2 associates believed to be his sons around the Manor House yesterday to view several properties, the group arrived in a brand new blacked-out VW SUV away from prying eyes.
The former gangster has found love with a younger woman since his recent release and wants a retreat for the pair of them away from the publicity that will always follow him in Kent.
On the day of his release after serving 21 years his “new love” who is a former girlfriend posted on social media: “When two people are meant to be, nothing and no one can end them”
Noye who has now retired from a life of crime, saw him jailed for 14 years for handling stolen bullion, serving eight in total before he was released in 1994.
It came after he was acquitted of killing a surveillance officer he found crawling around in the gardens of his mansion, citing self-defence and the officer not having the right to be on Noye’s property.
Once released whilst on license, he fatally stabbed electrician Stephen Cameron in front of his 17-year-old fiancée Danielle Cable. After a roadside dispute as the two fought over an alleged drug debt. Many in the underworld blame the British media for the length of sentence as the media reported it as a road rage fight. Whilst they allege Cameron was a loud-mouthed drug dealer who stuck his finger up at Noye when the former gangster requested monies owed.
Noye was forced to pay back £3million to insurers from the bullion robbery proceeds. But is suspected to have salted away a fortune through fellow Brink’s-Mat handler John ‘Goldfinger’ Palmer.
Palmer, himself was shot dead by an assassin whilst gardening who remains still at large.
The pair are believed to have fallen out before Palmer’s 2015 murder at his Essex home. Which came a month after fresh timeshare fraud charges were brought against him by Spanish authorities. Although many in the east end underworld say it had nothing to do with Noye at all and was just pure media speculation.
“He’s 73 now and just wants a quiet life I expect said a former gang member. He can’t go to Spain at present, due to parole conditions even though he has some unfinished business there. The property he was developing for 2 years near his huge villa but his sons have looked after that side of the business . Wales could make a nice retreat”
Local resident in Taygarn, Antony Chivers told Global247news. ” He’s more than welcome here, he’s served his time and I bet he has some tales to tell. I’m glad he’s out now. He got framed a bit by the police I think, to be honest. Talygarn is a lovely relaxed area and the town of Pontyclun is just on the doorstep.
We are used to famous faces around here. Tom Jones used to have breakfast in the old Dave’s Pantry when home and we have had many footballers like Kevin Cooper from Wolves when he played for the City and Robbie Fowler too. You never know he may pop in the Windsor Arms, the lads I’m sure would love to meet him”
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