We wrote before about the 50 most wanted Hungarian people, and among them, there are five women. Most of them are already convicted of mostly economic crimes but did not meet their prison sentence and disappeared. We now show them to you with photos, adding that if you ever see these people, you should immediately report to the police.
According to Bors Online, Ildikó Dudás (36) distributed and used different types of drugs among their children. She was born in Tatabánya and has been a convicted criminal for four years, but nobody can find her ever since. She got a 6-year-long prison sentence but “forgot” to serve it. The court found her guilty of using and distributing drugs. Furthermore, she did so in the presence of her kids. Interestingly, there is a European arrest warrant against her as well.
In 2012, Andrea Dudla and her partner, Róbert O. from Debrecen, sold 4,400 tonnes of corn to an ltd for HUF 250 million (EUR 685 thousand), but before they arrived, another company which also paid the same amount for it took it. The couple fled the country. Authorities caught Róbert when he wanted to return home from Thailand in 2016, but Ms Dudla disappeared.
There are 11 warrants issued against her.
In another issue, she and her partners got a HUF 400 million loan (EUR 1.09 million) by using forged documents and accounts. They used stooges to sign the papers and fled the country with the money.
The court convicted the 38-year-old Ildikó for fraud, stealing, embezzlement, and abuse. Furthermore, there are eight warrants against her. However, she disappeared in 2015, and the authorities have not been able to catch her ever since.
Ildikó Pelikán was born in Győr and has been on the wanted list for four years. The court sentenced the 49-year-old woman to prison, but she disappeared after that.
The 29-year-old Klaudia Bakonyi did the same. She received a prison sentence for stealing, but authorities have not been able to find her since 2017.
Experts said to Bors Online that the rate of women among criminals has been increasing in the last few decades. They added that some crimes expire, so if they can hide long enough, they can escape from the punishment.
Even though the number continuously changes, there is an issued arrest warrant against 12,770 Hungarians at the moment. Interestingly, the Hungarian police published the list of the top 50 this January first. Thanks to that, they managed to catch many criminals.