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In the West Midlands, the number of foreigners accused of crimes doubled to 3,700 in the five years up to 2008.
In the country as a whole, drinkdriving convictions of foreigners have shot up 17 times.
The 51-year-old was awaiting trial in his home country for further sex attacks when, in June 1996, he was freed on bail for urgent medical treatment and absconded, travelling to Britain under a tourist visa.
(Poland was not yet a member of the EU.) He murdered Katerina a year later, and although the Polish authorities continued to seek his extradition, Kunowski remained at large in the UK for six years after her death.
Foreign risks: Polish-born Andrezej Kunowski (left) who has been jailed for life for the murder of 12-year-old Katerina Koneva, and Balazs Asztalos (right) who is wanted for questioning in Hungary over the rape of a four-year-old girl Of the 3,526 foreigners for whom extradition requests were made by European Union countries in the past year, 683 were arrested and only one in seven - 516 - returned, according to the latest figures released to the Mail by the Serious Organised Crime Agency.
In London, a fifth of all offences, a third of all sex attacks and half of all frauds are committed by those born overseas.The trouble is, by the time foreign criminals are successfully tracked down it's often too late.In one horrific case, schoolgirl Katerina Koneva, 12, was strangled at her home in Hammersmith, West London, by Andrezej Kunowski, who had spent 15 years in jail in his native Poland for serial sex offences.And it is hard not to suspect that many of them will have had criminal records before they came to Britain.