A killer driver who fled to northern Cyprus six years ago has been brought back to Britain to face sentencing.
Wayne Smith, from Billesley, Birmingham, was found guilty at the city's Crown Court in 2006 of causing the death of 22-year-old Mohammed Idrees, but left the country while on bail.
Smith's girlfriend Julie Anne Skelding was convicted of perverting the course of justice in relation to the police inquiry and also skipped bail to travel to Cyprus.
The couple handed themselves in to authorities on the Mediterranean island last week after they were exposed on the Most Wanted list released last month by Crimestoppers and the UK's Serious Organised Crime Agency.
Smith, 38, was convicted of causing death by dangerous driving following a collision in Bordesley Green, Birmingham, in 2005 in which Mr Idrees was struck by two vehicles.
Inspector Mark Watkins, from the Collision Investigation Unit, said: "Mohammed Idrees was killed as he crossed Bordesley Green Road.
"Our thoughts remain with Mohammed's family and we hope that these developments will see justice served."