Dangerous and armed father and son may be travelling in stolen Landcruiser

Gino and Mark Stocco, a father and son from Queensland, who are wanted over a range of serious criminal offences may be travelling in a Toyota Landcruiser, which was stolen from a property near Wagga Wagga this morning.

About 7pm Sunday 18 October 2015, the owner of a white Toyota Landcruiser parked it on his property at Four Mile Lane, Little Billabong, about 18kms north of Holbrook.

About 8am today, Monday 19 October 2015, the owner discovered the Landcruiser missing and contacted officers from Albury Local Area Command to report it stolen.


The vehicle is described as a 2013 white Toyota Landcruiser with distinctive white bull bars, with a 145l fuel tank and NSW registration plates BV70WP.

An investigation has been launched and officers believe that the two men, who have been on the run for eight years, may have possession of the vehicle.

They are currently wanted in a number of Australian states for a range of alleged criminal offences.

Investigators are appealing for people to keep vigilant and report any fuel theft or sightings of the distinctive Toyota Landcruiser, that maybe displaying different registration plates.

Police are warning the public to contact Triple Zero (‘000’) immediately if they see the two men or the Toyota Landcruiser.

Under no circumstances should members of the public approach the men, who are considered armed and dangerous.