Man wanted for assaults

Barsaba Taglieri
Agosto 22, 2017

The country's most wanted offenders are now at large and possibly hiding in plain sight in communities across the nation, according to Crime Stoppers Australia.

NSW police have joined forces with Crime Stoppers Australia for Operation Roam 2017, which aims to track down fugitives from across the country.

Operation Roam: Rogue Radar kicks off today (August 21-27), in an attempt to catch Australia's most wanted.

"These criminals could be working alongside you in your community".

Tips from the public helped police track down 11 of the 19 fugitives named in Operation Roam a year ago.

Police searched the man and woman's Goodwood home where they will allege they located a large commercial quantity of the controlled drug Pilocybin.

A MAN charged with committing aggravated sexual offences in Curlwaa earlier this year is one of Australia's 20 most wanted people.

"We urge members of the public to visit http://www.rogueradar.com.au to see if they recognise any of these faces and report anything they know about these individuals".

Mr O'Hara warned people to call authorities but not approach anyone they suspected to be one of the fugitives because they were trying to evade capture for a range of serious crimes and could be violent.

If you have any information on anyone on the Rogue Radar list, contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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