Gary Brush is wanted by the police on outstanding warrants for his arrest.
Gary Brush is wanted by the police on outstanding warrants for his arrest. Contributed

Bikie wanted: outstanding warrant for Gary Brush

TWEED-Byron LAC police have issued a renewed call for public help to find a man wanted in connection to several violent offences.

Gary Brush is wanted by virtue of outstanding warrants in NSW and Queensland and is known to police for activities with Outlawed Motor Cycle Gangs (OMCG).

Brush is wanted for serious offences committed in the Tweed-Byron area and is also wanted in Qld for breach of parole.

Brush, 28, who bears tattoos proclaiming his allegiance to OMCG the Lone Wolves, was last sighted around Palm Beach in Qld, but may be living anywhere within the Northern Rivers or Gold Coast.

Tweed-Byron crime coordinator Sergeant Cameron Miller said members of the public should not approach Brush as he was known for acts of violence and may be carrying weapons.

Gary Brush is wanted by the police on outstanding warrants for his arrest.
Gary Brush is wanted by the police on outstanding warrants for his arrest. Contributed

"We'd like to find his whereabouts for outstanding matters, including breach of serious warrants,” Sgt Miller said.

This is the second call for assistance to find Brush, with an initial police appeal on May 13 failing to locate the man.

Brush is described as 180cm to 190cm tall, 100kg to 110kg, of solid build, Caucasian, fair skin and short brown hair and has several distinctive tattoos.

Members of the public should contact Triple 0 if they observe the wanted man.

Gary Brush is wanted by the police on outstanding warrants for his arrest.
Gary Brush is wanted by the police on outstanding warrants for his arrest. Contributed


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