THERE have been no fresh sightings of fugitive father and son Gino and Mark Stocco.
It’s believed the pair have been crossing over the border between New South Wales and Victoria over the last few days in a bid to evade authorities.
The duo have been on the run for 11 days now, after they allegedly shot at two police cars in Wagga Wagga.
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They had spent eight years on the run before that incident.
Police will continue to focus on southern NSW as the hunt continues for the dangerous men.
Their last unconfirmed sighting was in Tarcutta, east of Wagga Wagga, on Monday afternoon, and then several hours later at a rest stop at West Wyalong, north of the Riverina town.
Public tip-offs led police to swoop on both areas after reported sightings of a white Toyota Land Cruiser the pair are allegedly driving but there was no trace of the father and son.
The last confirmed sighting was at a service station at South Gundagai on Saturday night.
Since the alleged shooting in Wagga Wagga, Gino, 58, and Mark, 35, have evaded police in the Land Cruiser, allegedly stolen from a property near Holbrook.
Police believe the pair have been changing the appearance of the vehicle, including switching numberplates, to avoid detection.