AustraliaSA Police looking for sixth man, Kyle Lloyd Pryde, over alleged murder of Jason De Ieso
Man, 25, is arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman's body was found at a house in Blackpool
A 25-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman's body was found at a Blackpool property. Officers were called just before 6pm on Wednesday to West Park Drive and the victim was pronounced dead at the scene. The arrested man remains in police custody and the victim has not been formally identified, Lancashire Police said. It was not revealed how the woman had died. Police said patrols would be stepped up in the area. It was unclear if the victim and the suspect were known to each other. Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
Police are now looking for a sixth man over the alleged shooting murder of Jason De Ieso at Pooraka in 2012.
A warrant for the arrest of Kyle Lloyd Pryde was issued late last month, but revealed by SA Police today after they failed to find him.
SA Police said Mr Pryde — who previously lived in Newton, north-east of Adelaide — has been a member of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club "North Crew" since about 2011.
Charge dropped in Jason De Ieso murder
Prosecutors have dropped a charge of assisting an offender against a woman linked to the murder of Jason De Ieso in Adelaide in 2012.
Five other men have been charged in connection to the case, and their identities remain suppressed.
Police have previously said Mr De Ieso was innocently caught up in a dispute between the Hells Angels and Finks bikie gangs in 2012.
They said the 33-year-old man's only mistake was maintaining a childhood friendship with a man who went on to become a Fink bikie.
CCTV footage from Mr De Ieso's Unique Custom Paint and Panel business, previously released by police, showed nine men walking towards the front of the workshop on the day he was shot.
Prosecutors last week dropped charges against a 26-year-old Gold Coast woman charged in connected with Mr De Ieso's alleged murder.
A 31-year-old Salisbury Downs man has also been charged with assisting an offender.
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Wanted man considered dangerous
SA Police Major Crime Investigation Branch officer in charge Detective Superintendent Des Bray said Pryde should be considered dangerous because of his alleged involvement in the murder and his potential access to firearms.
Superintendent Bray said he should not be approached if spotted by a member of the public, but urged them to make a call to triple zero.
"If Kyle Pryde becomes aware of this public release of information, I would urge him to consider his actions," he said.
"He should reconsider what he is doing, contact a solicitor and surrender to police."
Police said Mr Pryde was 178 centimetres tall, 100 kilograms, with a light complexion, brown eyes and short brown hair.
He has a range of distinctive tattoos on his arms, lower leg and back, including some relating to the Hells Angels.
Burnt-out car linked to murder found buried on Hells Angels property.
A burnt-out hatchback allegedly used in the 2017 murder of a man in Adelaide has been found buried on a rural property owned by the Hells Angels, police said. The 15-hectare Murray River property was searched under a warrant relating to the alleged murder of four rival bikies. After two days of searching, the vehicle was found five metres underground near a rubbish tip. © Supplied The burnt-out vehicle was found five metres underground. It has since been confirmed as the Toyota Echo police had been looking for in relation to the murder of Mark Boyce.