Over the river in the MI6 Building, The Goss article was read carefully, along with earlier reports, by Commander Bayliss, Recruitment Group Head. He was particularly interested in Rufus. Ruthless thugs were ten a penny, but this one was extremely clever and regarded as an electronics 'genius' by his university tutors.
Unlike the police, Bayliss appreciated Rufus's apparent cold-bloodedness, cunning and ruthlessness. If the reports were true, then he'd had no compunction in killing his own parents and anyone else who got in his way.
And the bonus was that he had no known relatives. Nobody cared about Rufus.