Detectives looking into the death of a tortured man have asked for assistance in locating a suspect.
Thomas Campbell, 38, was ambushed as he opened his front door and then attacked inside his home in Mossley, Tameside, on 3 July 2022.
Three people, including Mr C.ampbell’s ex-wife, were sentenced to prison on Wednesday for their roles in his death.
Detectives from Greater Manchester Police said John Belfield, 28, was still wanted on suspicion of murder.
He is known to have ties to Greater Manchester and Lancashire, but police believe he has fled the country and is now in Spain or Tenerife.
Det Insp Mark Davis said members of the public should not approach Mr Belfield, who was “thought to be a dangerous individual”.
“If you become aware of his whereabouts, please do nothing more than dial 999, quoting Operation Ravensburg.”
Mr Davis also issued a warning to any of his associates “that assisting an offender is a criminal offence and anyone convicted of this faces up to 10 years imprisonment”.
He added that Mr Campbell owned at least two high-value Rolex watches that have been missing from his home since his death.
“We ask if anyone has any information about these to let us know as they may prove to be a crucial line of inquiry,” he said.