ROAD rage killer Kenneth Noye has “found love” with a younger woman after being released from prison.
The former gangster has been spending evenings at the blonde’s four-bed home – and has been spotted behind the wheel of a brand new 4×4.
Road rage killer Kenneth Noye won his release with £105,454 of taxpayers’ cash[/caption]
Stephen Cameron was killed by Noye in a road rage attack more than 20 years ago[/caption]
Noye, who stabbed to death 21-year-old Stephen Cameron on an M25 slip-road in 1996, was seen parking the new VW said to be worth at least £25,000.
The Mirror reports Noye, 72, is believed to have rekindled a romance with the “old flame” while he was behind bars.
Stephen’s dad Ken told the paper: “He’s landed on his feet, hasn’t he? It’s just another kick in the teeth. I’d like to afford a car like that.”
The crook’s new woman shared a social media message about being reunited with her “true love” on the day it was announced he was to be freed.
It read: “When two people are meant to be, nothing and no one can end them.
“They may get lost a time or two on their journey, but true, real love will always conquer. Nothing can compete with them. Others can only attempt to fill a void. And eventually, the two will be reunited.
“That’s the beauty of true love, you always end up with the right person at the right time, regardless of any other factor.”
Noye’s wife Brenda Tremain, who is the mother of his two sons Kevin and Brett, lives in Aylesford, Kent.
Noye was controversially released from jail on licence in June following a successful Parole Board hearing a month ago.
He served almost 21 years in total for the May 1996 fatal stabbing of Stephen.
Before that, he stabbed undercover cop John Fordham to death in the grounds of his 20-acre home in West Kingsdown, Kent, in 1985 during the £26 million Brink’s-Mat bullion investigation.
Leading underworld fence Noye was acquitted of murder, along with his gofer Brian Reader, after claiming self-defence – despite the officer being stabbed 10 times.
Noye is still believed to own property in Spain, where he fled for two years and developed houses after murdering Stephen.
Following his acquittal over Det Constable Fordham’s murder, Noye was jailed for 14 years for handling stolen bullion, serving eight before he was released in 1994.
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He was on licence when he fatally stabbed electrician Stephen in front of his 17-year-old fiancée Danielle Cable.
Noye 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.
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.
Noye served almost 21 years in total for the May 1996 fatal stabbing of Stephen[/caption]
Shackled Noye is led towards cells after a dramatic arrest in Spain, 1998[/caption]
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