Italian Most Wanted List

The list of most wanted fugitives in Italy is published by the Italian Interior Minister and includes thirty criminals who are considered extremely dangerous by the Polizia di Stato. The list was started in 1992. There is also a list of 500 most wanted fugitives of lesser importance. When a fugitive is caught, it is soon removed from the list and replaced by another individual.

Cosa Nostra
Giovanni Arena, wanted since 2005
Vito Badalamenti, wanted since 1995
Giuseppe Falsone, wanted since 1999
Santo La Causa, wanted since 2007[1]
Matteo Messina Denaro, wanted since 1993
Gerlandino Messina, wanted since 1999
Salvatore Miceli, wanted since 2001
Giovanni Motisi, wanted since 1998
Giovanni Nicchi, wanted since 2006
Vito Roberto Palazzolo, wanted since 1986[2]
Domenico Raccuglia, wanted since 1996

[edit] 'Ndrangheta
Carmelo Barbaro, wanted since 2001
Domenico Condello, wanted since 1993
Pietro Criaco, wanted since 1997
Giuseppe De Stefano, wanted since 2003
Giuseppe Giorgi, wanted since 1995
Antonio Pelle, wanted since 2000
Sebastiano Pelle, wanted since 1995
Giovanni Strangio, wanted since 2007
Giovanni Tegano, wanted since 1993
Michele Antonio Varano, wanted since 2000

Camorra
Raffaele Diana, wanted since 2004
Marco Di Lauro, wanted since 2005
Paolo Di Mauro, wanted since 2003
Antonio Iovine, wanted since 1996
Pasquale Russo, wanted since 1995
Salvatore Russo, wanted since 1995
Pasquale Scotti, wanted since 1985
Michele Zagaria, wanted since 1995

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