Australia’s most wanted fugitive had been living under the alias of ‘Josh Lawson’ while on the run, police say.
Biometric testing was needed to confirm the identity of fugitive Graham Gene Potter who evaded capture for more than a decade.
The 12-year manhunt for the convicted killer ended in Far North Queensland on Monday when detectives found the 64-year-old at a home in the Tablelands region.
Potter initially used the pseudonym ‘Josh Lawson’ when police arrived at the Ravenshoe address, about two hours south of Cairns, Detective Inspector Kevin Goan said on Tuesday.
Detectives believe Graham Potter initially used the pseudonym ‘Josh Lawson’ when they found him in a hide-out a Ravenshoe address, about two hours south of Cairns
But detectives involved with the case for several…
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