Australia’s most wanted fugitive was living in a rubbish-strewn house full of animal cages and junk when police finally tracked him down.
Graham Potter, 64, was arrested on Monday after spending more than a decade on the run.
He had allegedly skipped bail on charges in Melbourne for conspiracy to murder in 2010 and had since evaded authorities by constantly changing his appearance.
In body-worn vision released by Queensland police during the raid to capture Potter, the shocking condition of the house in which he hid out at Ascham St, Ravenshoe, 120km south-west of Cairns in far north Queensland, was revealed.
The footage shows police locating Potter in a squalid room filled with empty cardboard boxes, a chicken coop and old bed.
Potter is seen hiding behind a bunk bed topped with…
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