Brink's-Mat bullion bandit Kenneth Noye rents out his £1.7m Costa villa where he hid after M25 murder to Airbnb tourists | The Sun

DOUBLE killer and Brink-Mat bullion bandit Kenny Noye is renting out his £1.7million Costa villa to tourists on Airbnb.

Visitors can pay Noye £340 a night to stay in the massive clifftop mansion, which sleeps 12 people and overlooks the Atlantic Straights and Morocco.

The now-75-year-old paid just £250,000 for the Spanish villa and hid there while on the run over the 1996 road rage murder of Stephen Cameron, 21.

Brit police suspect Noye bought the property with profits from fencing part of the £26million of gold bullion stolen in the 1983 Brink’s-Mat robbery at Heathrow.

He is now making a whopping £340 a night through Airbnb when visitors rent out his "beautiful" hideaway.

The house boasts an outdoor pool, six bedrooms and sits in an "unbeatable location" with views of Costa de la Luz.

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It sits in Tarifa, Andalucía, and the bedrooms and three bathrooms are spread across multiple floors.

Photos show off its well-lit spaces, and large grounds.

In 2021 it was reported that Noye had put the sprawling home on the market for £1.6million.

A sale would mean the criminal has made an average of £56,000 a year from the property during the 21 years he spent behind bars, and four years since his release.

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British police were unable to seize the villa, named Las Dunas, under the Proceeds of Crime Act because it is outside the UK’s jurisdiction.

While Noye was serving life, it was looked after by his sons Brett and Kevin.

They spent around £150,000 extending the property. It had been rented out until recent years.

Last month it was revealed that the execution of a man who gave evidence against Noye is still being probed by detectives more than 20 years on.

Alan Decabral gave evidence at Noye's Old Bailey trial after he stabbed Stephen Cameron to death.

He was executed six months later in broad daylight while Noye was in Whitemoor prison, in Cambridgeshire.

Police feared Alan had been murdered in a gangland hit – and are still hunting for who they believe was his hitman.

Noye also fatally stabbed undercover Met detective John Fordham during the Brink’s-Mat robbery investigation in 1985.

He was cleared of murder but convicted of handling stolen bullion.

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Meanwhile, The Sun has reported in recent years how one of the masterminds behind the £26m Brink's-Mat robbery died penniless.

It also revealed how one of the men involved because richer than the late Queen as a result of the robbery.

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