Investigators are investigating the disappearance in Luton of 34 year-old Polish footballer.

  • Kamil Biecke (34) a former player from Poland, was reported missing in Luton on 18/02/2018
  • Now, police have revealed that the disappearance of his body is being considered a crime. 
  • After he moved to the UK, detectives discovered that he had been involved in drug trafficking.

Police have now revealed that the disappearance of an ex-professional Polish footballer, who disappeared three years ago, is being considered a crime.

Kamil Biecke (34) was last seen at Luton, on Sunday, December 8th 2018. His wife, Kamil Biecke (34), reported his disappearance six days later. She had not been in a position to contact him.

His disappearance has been reported by the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Major Crime Unit as being considered murder.

According to them, further inquiries were conducted last month at an address located in Bedfordshire. The investigation continues.

Kamil Biecke, 34

Kamil Biecke, 34

Kamil Biecke (34) was last seen at Luton, on Sunday, December 8th 2018. Now, his disappearance has been treated as a case of murder.

Lee Martin Detective Inspector, who led the investigation said that he believed the answers were in the local community. We urge everyone to contact us if you have any further information.

“Over the past 3 years we worked hard to locate Kamil. And we won’t stop till we find answers.

“We issue this appeal to anyone with any additional information that will assist us in understanding what happened to Kamil, or his disappearance from December 2018.

All information sent to us will be kept confidential. We are looking for any additional information, so please let us know.

Kamil, a Polish national, was a professional footballer. He last played for Baltyk Gdynia back in Poland in 2013.

His 2016 move to the UK was based on his involvement in drug-related activity and gambling debts.

Additionally, he had connections to Milton Keynes and Cambridgeshire as well as Scotland.

Everyone who may have any details is encouraged to immediately report them. Police can use any information, even if it seems insignificant, to build a case picture. 

A decade after his disappearance, police have issued a new appeal to find out more about a Polish-born Luton citizen who may be murdered.