ARREST warrants have been issued for four men wanted as part of Tamworth's huge "ice castle" bust - including one known to frequent the Tamworth, Narrabri and Moree areas.
Strike Force Radius detectives have appealed to the public to help find Hayden Lansdown, Phu Van Lam, Ashley Hoye and Ethan Johnson, all believed to be on the run from police.
The NVI understands two of the men wanted on outstanding warrants are local, and the others are from the Sydney and Central Coast areas.
Hayden Lansdown, 23, is wanted on two warrants for firearm and drug offences and is described as a 23-year-old Caucasian man with brown hair and blue eyes.
Lansdown is believed to be about 180cm tall and of a thin build.
Strike Force Radius was established in August last year with help from the Target Action Group and Crime Management Unit to investigate illegal drug supply and firearms in Tamworth.
So far, 17 people have been arrested and 142 charges laid as far away as Dubbo, the Central Coast, Tamworth and Sydney in the nine-month extensive police operation.
The drugs are alleged to have been supplied out of a Petra Avenue housing commission unit.
One of the accused, Suri Samantha Phoumindr, faces life behind bars, charged with supplying more than a large commercial quantity of drugs.
Phoumindr was refused bail in a Sydney court on five charges and is due back in July.
Central Coast man Ashley Hoye, 41, is a 185cm tall Caucasian man wanted for drug offences. He is described as having brown hair, blue eyes and a solid build.
Wanted for drug offences, a fourth man, Ethan Johnson, is known to frequent the Tamworth, Narrabri and Moree areas.
The 21-year-old is described as a Caucasian man with a solid build and brown hair.
Members of the public are urged not to approach the men, but to contact triple zero immediately.