A convicted killer who's been on the run since skipping a Melbourne court date seven years ago has reportedly been seen in NSW.
Police say Graham Gene Potter was spotted in Griffith twice in July 2016 - once in a shop and another at a gym.
There were reports of possible sightings in August last year, but Victoria Police have released more information about the fugitive and his movements.
Potter, 59, was on bail when he failed to appear on conspiracy to murder charges at Melbourne Magistrates Court in February 2010.
He was accused of being hired in 2008 to kill a man at the wedding of the son of Melbourne identity Mick Gatto when he went on the run.
Police are yet to confirm if the man spotted at the shop and gym is Potter.
"It's important for us that we either confirm the sighting or rule out that was Potter," Detective Superintendent Peter De Santo said.
"We know that Potter is capable of living rough and camping out, so there's a chance he could be staying in caravan parks or camping in remote areas. He might also be picking up work at farms or as a labourer."
Potter has regularly been named on police most-wanted lists, been sighted several times in Queensland and NSW and there's a $100,000 reward for information leading to his capture.
A NSW court sentenced Potter to 15 years in prison in 1981 after being convicted as a 23-year-old for the mutilation murder of a teenager.
He is also facing Commonwealth charges over a 2008 drug bust.
Potter is described as Caucasian, 175cm tall, with medium to solid build, fair complexion, brown eyes, brown greying hair and a ginger beard.
Police say he is known to wear a gold sleeper earring in both ears, wears glasses and regularly wears a gold chain around his neck.
Potter has a propensity for changing his appearance and has used a number of aliases including Josh Lawson, John Page, Jim Henderson and Peter Adams.
Anyone who sights Potter is advised not to approach him but contact triple zero.
Anyone with any information regarding his whereabouts should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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