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National fugitive hunt includes two SA men

AAP logoAAP 15/08/2016

Two South Australian men believed to be drug traffickers have been named among Australia's most-wanted fugitives, through a campaign aimed at bringing the runaways to justice.

Operation Roam was launched by Crime Stoppers on Monday to find 19 fugitives in hiding across the country.

The list includes South Australia's Robert Gordon Pollybank Gee, who police believe was the ringleader of a drug supply network linked to a large quantity of illicit drugs found by SA Police in 2006.

Fellow South Australian San Sem, who was charged in 2010 with manufacturing methylamphetamine and drug trafficking but failed to show for court, is also on the list.

Crime Stoppers SA Chair Sharon Hanlon says some Australians may regularly see the two men.

"These fugitives are wanted on a range of very serious offences, and they might be a neighbour, work colleague, friend or family member. Someone, somewhere knows where these people live or places they frequent," she said.

"If someone has any information, they can anonymously share that with Crime Stoppers and help to bring these people to justice."

Operation Roam will run from 15 to 26 August, with the full list of fugitives available at fugitivehunt.com.au.

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