A self-described "cool calm and collected body builder" looking for a "parole agent" or a wealthy woman "who will look after me" has topped a list of Australia's most wanted criminals.
Two years after Queensland Police issued a warrant for his arrest following a failure to comply with his parole conditions subsequent to a drug trafficking conviction, Arron Blenkinsop joined a sugar mummy website in the hopes of finding a woman to take care of him - or a parole agent.
"Im [sic] a hot body builder that is cool calm and collected, i am looking for a wealthy women [sic] who will look after me, i will fulfil her every fantasy and every desire i will respect her wishes what ever they may be and will please her better than she has ever been pleased in her life!!!! Happiness and satisfaction guaranteed!!!! She can even try before she buys!" wrote the 36-year-old.
In 2015, Blenkinsop was convicted for dealing cocaine, MDMA and steroids. Rather than living the quiet life, his Facebook profile brags of frequent visits to the gym and plans to "jack myself to the max" and his love for his now-former girlfriend Krystal.
Bleinksop is one of 10 men across the country in Crime Stoppers Australia’s annual “Rogue Radar”. The fugitives have managed to evade law enforcement for a total of 60 years.
Another man on the list is Graham Potter, who skipped bail in 2010 and has remained at large since despite numerous sightings.
The convicted murderer, who decapitated a woman on his bucks' night in 1981, is wanted for alleged links to plots to murder prominent figures in the Victorian underworld, including an associate of Mick Gatto.
He was arrested and charged with conspiracy to murder, but fled while on bail.
There have been multiple sightings of Potter since, with several taking place in the Riverina town of Griffith.
Police have offered a $100,000 reward for information that leads to his arrest.
Bathurst man Paul Steadman is also on the list after being charged with sexually assaulting a boy under 16.
Mr Steadman, who was working as a karate instructor at the time of the alleged assault, failed to appear at Bathurst Local Court and a warrant was issued for his arrest. Police located his car near bushland and think that he may have died.
NSW Police are also looking for Paul Paterson, also known as Paul James and Jason Anthony Taylor.
Paterson was convicted of and jailed for a serious assault on his two-year-old stepdaughter at Wauchope in 1996.
While on parole, Paterson breached his conditions and a warrant was issued for his arrest.
Police believe he may now be living in Darwin.
Also wanted for a parole breach is Harley Bennett, 44, who breached his bail conditions after being released on parole following time served for an aggravated sexual assault at Newcastle.