Suspicions of a fugitive from a double murder in western Sydney have been confiscated as police continue to disrupt and curb the activities of criminal organizations in the city.
The Ford Mustang was discovered in the Guildford unit last Friday and is believed to be the car used in the execution-style murder of Salimhamze (18) and his father Toufikhamze (64).
The man was shot dead in Gilford last Wednesday, prompting the announcement of additional police officers assigned to strike force hawks and strike force raptors targeting gangsters.
Police said illegal drugs and other items were also confiscated.
Police Chief Darren Bennett, Chief of Crime Command in New South Wales, said the Mustang, the unit, its garage, and the other three vehicles seized were “the center of our inquiries.”
Police will check CCTV footage around the unit.
The shooting is associated with an ongoing feud between the criminal families of Khamseh and Alamedin.
Four members of the Khamseh family have been killed so far this year, and Det Supt Bennett said “no one is working” with police.
“We will protect and support the community as much as possible from the activities of the Khamseh family.
“If the Khamsehs don’t feel they are receiving as much protection from the police as possible, they come to see me, ask what they want and tell us what they know. is needed.”
Double murder escape vehicle seized nearby
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