Police seek public help to locate Vincenzo Focarelli.
A warrant has been issued by the Adelaide Magistrates Court for his arrest.
The warrant is in relation an on-going investigation following a kidnapping incident in Adelaide and surrounding suburbs last night.
Mr Focarellli should not be approached by any member of the public.
A Greenacres man has already been charged with the incident and will appear in the Adelaide Magistrates Court.
If you see Mr Focarelli, know of his whereabouts or have any information that may assist police, you are urged to call the police assistance line 131 444, Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000 or report online www.sa.crimestoppers.com.au
You can remain anonymous if you wish.
The cause of a classroom fire in a Riverland school remains a mystery.
A transportable building at the Waikiere Primary School went up in flames around 1 o'clock.
Teachers and around 400 students were evacuated as 24 firefighters contained the blaze.
Damage is estimated at 150 thousand dollars.
More and more South Australians are suffering housing stress - with around 22 thousand spending half their income on housing
SACOSS's latest cost of living report shows over 100 thousand households - including 31 thousand low income renters - are spending at least 30 percent of their income just keeping a roof over their heads
The problem is worst in the city, followed by the Playford, Salisbury and Port Adelaide Enfield council areas
Ross Wommersley from SACOSS has told Leon Byner, it's a recipe for homelessness
A court has heard a teenager was drunk and on drugs when he shot dead Lewis McPherson and attempted to kill two others.
The teenager, now 18, has denied murdering Lewis McPherson (pictured via Twitter source) at Warradale on New Year's Eve last year.
He also has denied the attempted murder of two of Mr McPherson's friends and alternative charges of endangering their lives.
His alcohol-blood level was estimated to have been 0.25 at the time of the shootings and he also had drugs in his system.
In the South Australian District Court the prosecution claimed after the shooting, the teenager walked up to an unconscious Mr McPherson and pointed the pistol at his stomach saying: "If you don't stop being dead, I am going to make you really dead".
The trial is continuing.