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Police say they are appealing for public assistance to locate a man wanted in the Northern Rivers.

Samuel Lynch, aged 30, is wanted by the virtue of an outstanding arrest warrant in relation to an alleged shooting incident in Grafton at the weekend.

Officers attached to Coffs/Clarence Police District have commenced inquiries into his whereabouts and are appealing for public assistance to locate him.

He is described as being of Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander appearance, between 175cm to 185cm tall, of medium build, with brown hair, brown eyes and a moustache. He also has distinctive tattoos on his arms and legs, a dove outline on his right cheek, writing above his right eye and a teardrop under his left eye.

He is known to frequent the Grafton area.

Members of the public are urged not to approach him, if sighted please call Triple Zero (000) immediately.


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