Four of the Nation's 'most wanted' believed to be in NSW

AT LEAST four fugitives on the nation's "most wanted" list are believed to be hiding out in NSW, police have revealed.

Operation Roam, launched at Monday night, will target 20 of Australia's most dangerous criminals throughout August.

At the top of the list is Brady Hamilton, a 45-year-old wanted over the murder of a man in Sydney's west.

The 44-year-old victim was allegedly bashed to death at a home at Erskine Park in 1999.

A warrant was issued for Mr Hamilton's arrest after he allegedly skipped bail in 2001.

He is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 185cm tall with a medium build, ginger hair and blue eyes.

A large tattoo covers his chest.

Three more people, who are wanted in other states, are believed to be living in NSW.

Convicted drug trafficker Duc Dung Luu, 32, is wanted by Victorian Police for breaching parole.

He is of Asian appearance, about 160cms tall with a thin build, black hair and brown eyes.

Police believe he could be living in the Sydney suburbs of Marrickville, Ashfield or Bankstown.

Accused African heroin king-pin Uzo Johnson Anajemba is wanted for questioning in the ACT where he was allegedly discovered with a marketable amount of the drug in 2011.

He is 173cm tall, with solid build, black hair and brown eyes.

A young woman, who was allegedly caught up the Western Australia drug trade, is believed to have fled to NSW.

Naomi Nikita Dixon, 26, was charged over a drug trafficking operation at Carnarvon last year when she failed to turn up to court on her sentencing date.

She is of Aboriginal / Torres Strait Islander appearance, about 157cm tall, with medium build and brown hair and eyes.

Crime Stoppers Deputy Chairman Peter Price said the people on the list were sought over "serious crimes" and police needed help to find them.

Anyone with information can phone 1800 333 000.

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