After a run-in with police in 2007, father and son Gino and Mark Stocco went completely off the grid, travelling all around
the country working as farmhands. For years they were carrying out moonlight raids to steal goods, going on vandalism sprees,
and living for long stretches without phones, licences, bank accounts or friends. Eluding arrest time after time in their
eight years on the run, the Stoccos were two of Australia's most wanted men. After dramatically rammed a police car in broad
daylight in October 2015, they became the focus of the nation, triggering one of the biggest manhunt's the country's ever
seen. When they were finally arrested two weeks later, they were charged with thirty-four crimes between them - including
the murder of 68-year-old Rosario Cimone. The Stoccos: Like Father, Like Son follows their long and bizarre journey throughout
the Australian bush, and also looks at what caused them to embark on it in the first place and how they managed to remain
undetected for so long. Gripping, intriguing and insightful, this is a forensic account of this strange and chilling story.
A true-crime book about the exploits of the notorious Stoccos, father Gino and son Mark, whose eight-year crime spree ended
in 2015 when they were dramatically captured in rural NSW and charged with an array of offences - including murder.