Here Are The 18 Most Wanted People Australian Cops Are Chasing

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Crime Stoppers is calling for help to find Australia’s most wanted people.

As part of Operation Roam 2014 it’s compiled a top fugitives list, with rewards of up to $1 million for people who assist in capturing them.

Crime Stoppers helps to solve a crime in Australia every 1.7 hours. Operation Roam 2013 resulted in 9 arrests, 3 which occurred in the first 48 hours. Already one has been nabbed within 24 hours of yesterday’s launch.

“Operation Roam aims to tap into the wealth of information in our community to locate some of the country’s most wanted people,” NSW Police Assistant Commissioner Peter Barrie said.

“The smallest piece of information, no matter how insignificant it may seem, can be the missing piece of a puzzle to solving a crime or locating a wanted person,” said Deputy Chairman of Crime Stoppers, Peter Price.

Police say you not approach suspected wanted persons, instead are asked to call Triple Zero immediately.

Here are the 18 most wanted people in Australia.

Mark Amosa

Uzo Johnson Anajemba

Andrew John Bell

Damon Michael Embrey

Nathan Glover

Mervyn Dennis Hawken

Steven Andrew Hunter

Lloyd Michael Jurens

George Karakis

Bernd Neumann

Gary John Edward O’Neill

Stuart Pearce

Doru Riscuta

Samuel Wiremu Tamati

Joseph Thorne

Michael Davidson Tillman

Hisham Touba

Matthew Tune

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