Possible sighting of LandCruiser linked to wanted men – South Gundagai

Police are appealing for information after a possible sighting of a vehicle linked to two wanted men.

A white Toyota LandCruiser drove into a service station on the Hume Highway at South Gundagai about 9pm today (Saturday 24 October 2015).

It was filled with fuel, and allegedly left the premises without payment being made.

Police believe it may be the same vehicle allegedly stolen from Little Billabong, north of Holbrook, between 7pm on Sunday 18 October 2015 and 8am the following day.

It’s believed the vehicle may have been taken by Gino and Mark Stucco, a father and son from Queensland who are currently wanted in a number of Australian states for a range of alleged criminal offences.

The vehicle involved in this evening’s alleged fail-to-pay incident has South Australian number plates S415 AZL.

Anyone who sees this vehicle should not approach it, but contact Triple Zero immediately.

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