THIS disturbing picture shows two British suspects in the disappearance of beautiful Latvian waitress Agnese Klavina in the same Marbella nightclub she disappeared from.
It was posted on Twitter the day after she vanished, following a night out with friends, including the stepson of the glitzy Spanish town’s mayor.
It shows private school educated Westley George Capper, 37, with his cousin Danni and fellow accused Craig Porter, 34, from Liverpool, partying in Puerto Banus celebrity haunt Aqwa Mist.
Both men have been publicly named and grilled in court over the disappearance of beautiful expat Agnese, 30, on September 6.
Sports car driving Capper, who studied at 10,000 euros a year Aloha college, was pictured on CCTV driving a car away from Aqwa Mist at 6am with Agnese and Porter inside.
The images, which were shown in court, were also seen by the Mayor of Marbella’s step-son, Joakim Broberg, who was out with Agnese until 3am on the night she disappeared and voluntarily helped police with the investigation.
Broberg, 41, told the Olive Press that he feared his close friend may have been unwillingly driven away.
He said: “I was shown the CCTV by police to see if I could identify the large, bald man driving the car.
“I felt like I recognised him but didn’t know who he was.
“It is possible she was just going to an after party with them, she didn’t look like she had had her drink spiked or anything,” added Broberg. “But it was very hard to tell.”
A picture taken in Aqwa Mist on the very night appears to show Capper from behind wearing a blue shirt and shorts.
And now a new photo has emerged as the pair, who are well known on the Puerto Banus social scene, were publicly named for the first time after a judge lifted a gagging order on the case.
It was posted on Twitter by a relation of Capper’s, thought to be his cousin, the day after Agnese was last seen, showing the two men leering at either side, with the caption ‘Aqwamist miss Marbella’.
Another young girl dressed in low-cut top looks uncomfortable with the apparent affections of Porter.
Agnese, 5 ft 7 ins, who drove a rented jeep, began the evening of September 6 partying with Joakim, his cousin Niclas Broberg and other friends.
Father-of-two Broberg, whose father Lars is married to Marbella mayor Angeles Munoz, described Agnese as a ‘fun, bubbly girl who was always up for a party’.
A photo shows her with the group at Aqwa Mist just before they left her at the club talking to a different girl around 5am.
They were all interviewed by police as part of the investigation, in which CCTV from the area was also collected and trawled through.
However, no arrests were made until the end of November, at the same time the Olive Press discovered the photo matching Capper’s description from the club that night.
At the recent Marbella hearing both Capper and Porter – dressed casually in jeans and polo shirts – remained silent when questioned.
However, Porter has previously admitted that he was in the car with Agnese that night, but claims he fell asleep before Capper dropped her off at her flat in Nueva Andalucia.
The court was also shown pictures that show three unidentified men taking a large and heavy bag onto a boat the following night, which allegedly belongs to Capper’s millionaire father John ‘Freddie’ Capper.
Police seized the luxury motorboat in March in connection to the case after it moved from its dock in Puerto Banus to Cartagena, in Murcia. DNA samples were taken and sent to Madrid for testing, with the results not yet made public.
Capper senior, a friend of celebrated UK rocker Rod Stewart, has been a property magnate in the Marbella area for over 30 years, renting out a string of luxury villas and apartments. He also owns properties in Barbados – where he spends most of his time – and even a private plane.
Incredibly, a decade ago he was kidnapped by eastern European gangsters posing as police officers outside his house in the hills above Marbella.
However, once the crooks realised who exactly their charge was, he was quickly released for a much smaller ransom.
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