Notorious murderer on the run after removing tracking device

ONE of Australia’s most notorious murderers is on the run in the Northern Territory after removing his tracking device.

Peter Michael Kamm, 50, was found guilty of the shooting murder of Dean Robinson, 22, whose body he lit on fire and covered in an ants nest during a hunting trip on a cattle station in 1989.

Kamm was paroled from prison in July this year after being sentenced to life in prison 24 years ago,  however was ordered to wear an electronic monitoring device as part of his parole conditions.


Yesterday police discovered Kamm had removed the device and failed to locate him at his place of residence in Alice Springs.

A desperate search is underway for Kamm and police have warned the public to not approach him.

Kamm is described as being of caucasian appearance, 50 years old, and of medium build. He has short brown hair, brown eyes and an earring in his left ear.

The public are warned not to approach Kamm, but to call Police on 131 444 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 immediately.

PHOTO: NT Police

PHOTO: NT Police