Second Lorry Driver Caught By CCTV Footage dropping off Container, Joanna Maher Biography, Wiki, Husband, Age, Career, and Fast Facts Need to Know.
Joanna Maher Biography
Joanna Maher is 38 Years Old, She is from Warrington, are understood to have been held on suspicion of conspiracy to traffic people and on suspicion of 39 counts of manslaughter.
The Maher’s had previously told MailOnline they sold the lorry cab a year ago to a company in Ireland – but police officers investigating the tragedy raided their property today before searching the couple’s beauty salon around the corner, New Hair Don’t Care.
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Thomas and Joanna Maher Arrested
Police in Belgium have obtained CCTV footage of the haulier who transported the 39 migrants in a freezing container to the UK, after he was filmed ten times at the Zeebrugge site.
Cameras at the port terminal in Belgium snapped the vehicle as it went through the security port terminal, carrying 31 men and eight women.
The terminal is managed by Luxembourg-based company C.RO which is believed to have handed footage to police – a development which could reveal who transported the migrants on the continental part of their ill-fated journey.
It comes as the owners of the of the lorry carrying 39 migrants who froze to death were arrested today after police swooped on their £400,000 Cheshire home.
The refrigerated unit arrived in Zeebrugge at 2.49pm on Tuesday before being placed on a ferry which got to Purfleet, Essex at 1am on the Wednesday morning. It was then picked up by Maurice ‘Mo Robinson’ who has since been arrested in connection with the investigation.
Who are Thomas and Joanna Maher? Two arrested in connection with Essex lorry deaths
Thomas and Joanna Maher, both 38, have been arrested by cops in Warrington, Cheshire over the deaths of the 39 migrants in the back of a lorry in Essex.
Joanna was named as the owner of the Scania truck, which was registered in the Bulgarian port of Varna in 2018.But the couple said yesterday they sold the cab a year ago to a company in Ireland after owning it for around 13 months.
Speaking from outside his house in Warrington, Thomas Maher said last night: “It’s absolutely disgusting what has happened.
“We owned the cab and sold it on October 3 last year to a company in Southern Ireland.
“I’ve made contact with the police and made them aware that I was the previous owner.“Seeing the cab on TV wasn’t nice and obviously we are not a part of that.
“We still have trucks, and immigrants have always been a problem in Dover and Calais.”