Published: Wed, June 28, 2017
World Media | By June Phelps

Information sought on vehicle after fatal shooting

Information sought on vehicle after fatal shooting

A man will be extradited to NSW after being arrested in Queensland in relation to the fatal shooting of man at Tweed Heads.

He had a single gunshot wound to the torso and died despite attempts by emergency staff to save him.

Yesterday afternoon, detectives were seen grabbing bulletproof vests from the boot of a auto outside Tweed Heads police station and speeding off to what turned out to be a false alarm.

The heavily-tattooed victim was dropped outside the Tweed Heads hospital on Saturday afternoon by a woman believed to be his girlfriend.

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As inquiries continue, police are urging any witnesses, or anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page: Information you provide will be treated in the strictest of confidence. He was unable to release the victim's details as police had difficulties locating next of kin.

Detective Inspector Starling also said the attack was not related to a brawl between rival bikie gangs at the Seagull Leagues Club during Wednesday night's State of Origin clash.

'At this stage there is no evidence whatsoever to suggest this is a retaliation by any bikie group'.

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"We never rule anything out in an investigation", Starling said.

Grace Grace, a Palaszczuk government minister, in turn denied there was a problem with bikie crime on the Gold Coast.

Shadow Attorney-General Ian Walker said the Palaszczuk government's changes to the previous LNP government's bikie laws had increased crime on the coast.

"My understanding is the problem hasn't gotten any worse and that it is getting better", she said.

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Police located this vehicle they believe is linked to the shooting murder.

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