A British solider is still wanted in connection with an alleged rape in the Isle of Man three years ago.
Gunner Che Awembeng Collins was the subject of a Crimewatch appeal in 2010 after he absconded from his barracks in the UK, having been bailed by the Manx courts into the care of the military.
It is understood he is now living in a jurisdiction which has no formal extradition agreement with the UK.
The Celtic League has written to the Ministry of Defence (MoD) about the case, asking what steps have been taken to secure his return.
Cameroon-born Gunner Collins had taken part in a military parade in the island on Saturday, August 28, 2010, with the 12 Regiment Royal Artillery and had later that day gone out socialising in Douglas.
He was charged with rape following an incident alleged to have taken place in the early hours of Sunday, August 29. The soldier, who was based at Baker barracks in West Sussex, was due to attend court in October but failed to turn up.
A spokesman for Isle of Man Constabulary confirmed: ‘There is still a warrant outstanding for him.’
Replying to the Celtic League, the MoD said it couldn’t discuss information about a member of the Army without their consent.