Wanted men (clockwise from top left) Cameron Leslie Ferguson, Craig Paul Smith, Ivan Phillip Dumas, Wayne Ridgeway, Russell Shane Dungay, and Jason Bruce Roberts.
Wanted men (clockwise from top left) Cameron Leslie Ferguson, Craig Paul Smith, Ivan Phillip Dumas, Wayne Ridgeway, Russell Shane Dungay, and Jason Bruce Roberts.

North Coast's most wanted

THE NSW Police Force is hunting six most-wanted men on the NSW North Coast, and they could be in a community near you.

Police are seeking public assistance in locating these men, all wanted on outstanding warrants related to crimes of intimidation and violence.

The men have been at large for some time and police have released their photos in order to bring them to justice.

Mid North Coast Local Area Commander Crime Manager, Detective Inspector Steve Clarke, said police in the region were appealing for community information in order to catch the men.

“We are turning to the community to help us track down these men and put them back before the courts to face the outstanding charges,” he said.

“If you have any information that might help us pinpoint their current whereabouts, we would be very keen to hear from you.”

The charges faced by the men occurred in the Kempsey and surrounding areas but the wanted men could have potentially moved on to other areas by now.

In a statement from police, due to the violent nature of the charges faced by the men, members of the public were advised to consider them dangerous and to not to approach them – they should instead call police immediately.

Anyone who sees these men or has information about their whereabouts should contact police on 000 or Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.


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