Father-and-son fugitives Gino and Mark Stocco have been arrested after an extensive manhunt in Australia.
The pair were arrested in Dunedoo, in the central west region of New South Wales, media reports said.
They are wanted in connection with several violent crimes and have been on the run for eight years, in a case which has gripped the Australian media.
Police launched a large operation to catch them after they allegedly fired at officers 10 days ago.
They are accused of opening fire with a high-powered rifle during a car pursuit, after failing to pull over in Wagga Wagga in New South Wales.
The men drove off, only for the chase to restart when police spotted their silver Nissan again. Once again they eluded police before abandoning their vehicle.
Two days later a local man reported his Toyota LandCruiser stolen, and the hunt began again, moving to northern Victoria, after the vehicle was apparently spotted several times.
But the vehicle again evaded police after being spotted on Thursday near the town of Castella, as it was travelling too fast for police to safely chase them.
The two men were spotted several times over the next few days, and the public were warned they may be dangerous, before they were finally caught at Dunedoo.
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