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Ian Connolly, 33, of Vienna Street, Anfield, was given a three-year banning order for touting outside Goodison Park in February 2007 and so was known to police.
Aston was known to police long before he embarked on his three-month spree, which encompassed more than 20 robberies and two murders.
The French hacker was known to police here for minor scams that had netted 15,000 euros (20,000 dollars), according to the police.
The dead man was well known to police, with convictions for kidnap and robbery, and last night suspicion was growing that the couple had been the victims of mistaken identity.
Attitudes of the citizens toward crime and their crime reporting practices, especially concerning minor offenses, also have an impact of the volume of crimes known to police.
But police said they were looking into a Frenchman of Tunisian origin, found dead at the scene, who was known to police for Islamic fundamentalist sympathies and was involved in altercations before the blast with workers displaying the American flag in sympathy with victims of the September 11 terror attacks.
He was known to police and was said to have had links with the republican paramilitary group, the INLA and with a protection racket targetting bar owners in the town.
He said police were close to finding the killers of Mr Bennett and Mr Cook, who were both known to police.