Three men with links to the south-west are in the region's police most wanted list after being allegedly involved in offending.
Police and Crime Stoppers have released their images in the hope of getting information for the public on their whereabouts.
All three men are wanted on four police warrants of apprehension.
Mark Allan Edwards, 44, is wanted in relation to theft and driving charges, which are alleged to have been committed at Wye River during February 2019.
Ron Kerr 25, is also wanted on four warrants, in particular for behaving in a riotous manner at Essendon in March 2017.
His warrants relate to behaving in a threatening manner, driving offences and two counts of breaching a court order.
Mark Foster, 20, also has his name on four warrants, including for an alleged theft at Warrnambool during May last year.
He is also alleged to have breached a court order and possessed drugs.
Warrnambool police Acting Senior Sergeant Dean Greenwood said there were more than 75 outstanding warrants in Warrnambool and surrounding areas.
"These warrants do not go away. If you think you might be the subject of a warrant, go to your local police station to have the matter sorted out," he said.
"Behind the majority of these warrants is a victim of crime. We as police owe it to the victims to have these offenders presented at court.
"These people are wanted on multiple warrants and we are seeking to locate them after they have failed to appear at court for various offences.
"We suggest that if you recognise yourself, you hand yourself into police before we find you.
"If people wish to report information about these or other wanted offenders we advise to call Crime Stoppers confidentially on 1800 333 000 or make an online report at crimestoppersvic.com.au
"We are constantly monitoring social media and actively following up any leads we do receive," he said.
Crime Stoppers Victoria chief executive Stella Smith urged the community to come forward with any information.
"The public can make a big difference in helping police track down these people.
"Information can be shared confidentially with Crime Stoppers by calling 1800 333 000 or online at crimestoppersvic.com.au."
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