A man convicted over the kidnapping and sexual assault of a woman in the 1980s has been added to the NSW Police Force's most-wanted list.
Police have issued an arrest warrant for Al Green, 48, believed to be in the Strathfield or Marrickville areas of Sydney, or on the Central Coast.
Green's conviction arose from an incident in January 1984, when a 17-year-old girl driving along the Hume Highway from Sydney to Canberra was pulled over near Marulan by a man in what she believed was an unmarked police car.
It was Green, and he kidnapped and sexually assaulted the girl before dumped her by the side of the road.
The attack went unsolved for 25 years until new DNA technology helped identify Green as the girl's attacker.
He pleaded guilty to the charges but failed to appear in court for sentencing in January this year.Dozens of cold cases being solved with DNA
Green is one of dozens of criminals involved in historical cold cases who have been arrested because of new DNA technology.
The most recent was Gary Hunter, 61, charged in April over the rape of a woman in February 1986.
Green has now been added to the NSW Police Force's Most Wanted list and investigating officers are appealing for anyone who may know of his whereabouts to contact them on 1800 333 000.
He is described as being of Caucasian appearance, between 175cm and 180cm tall, with medium build and with brown hair and eyes.
He has a large scar on his forehead.
He was formerly known as Glen Alan Rozynski.