Police probe new leads in murder suspect case
Police say they are pursuing new leads in the case of suspected murderer Malcolm John Naden.
Naden, from Dubbo in central western New South Wales, is wanted for questioning over the disappearance of Lateesha Nolan and the suspected murder of Kristy Scholes in 2005.
He was last believed to be in the Port Macquarie area, on the state's mid-north coast, where his fingerprints were allegedly found in November last year.
The officer in charge of the investigation, Bryne Ruse, says police receive calls everyday with fresh leads.
He says there have been more than 600 calls since the police investigation was established.
But police say they are justified in not revealing any new information in their investigation.
Detective Sergeant Ruse says the investigation will be jeopardised if details of fresh leads are released to the community to ease their concerns he could be hiding out in their area.