Sydney gang wars: muscular tattooed man gunned down by gunman next to bloodstained and damaged BMW Fendi bag

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Muscular tattooed man rushed to hospital after being shot three times by gunman in Sydney – as crime scene footage reveals bloodstained Fendi bag and damaged BMW

  • 28-year-old man was shot in the legs three times after getting out of BMW SUV
  • Police believe attack was targeted and are investigating whether the attacker is linked to motorcycle gangs
  • Burnt out car believed to be the getaway vehicle found in a nearby alley
  • It exploded several times and almost set the house next door on fire as residents battled the blaze










A muscular tattooed man was said to have been shot and killed three times by a mysterious gunman in a late-evening attack in southwest Sydney.

The victim was gunned down on Carnelian Street in Leppington as he exited a black BMW SUV, but escaped with three non-life threatening injuries to his legs.

Police believe the incident was targeted and are investigating whether the attackers have any connections to outlaw motorcycle gangs.

Footage from the scene showed the bearded 28-year-old man almost naked and covered in tattoos on a stretcher with a blanket over his thighs and groin.

A blood-stained designer Fendi’s paper bag could be seen abandoned next to the bullet-riddled vehicle.

A muscular tattooed man has been shot and killed three times by a mysterious gunman in a late evening attack in southwest Sydney as a police investigation is linked to a biker gang war.

A blood-stained designer Fendi's paper bag could be seen abandoned next to the bullet-riddled vehicle.

A blood-stained designer Fendi’s paper bag could be seen abandoned next to the bullet-riddled vehicle.

The victim was gunned down on Carnelian Street in Leppington as he exited a black BMW SUV, but escaped with three non-life threatening injuries to his legs.

The victim was gunned down on Carnelian Street in Leppington as he exited a black BMW SUV, but escaped with three non-life threatening injuries to his legs.

Paramedics transported the victim to Liverpool hospital in stable condition.

A burnt-out car, believed to be a BMW, was later found in a quiet lane in Nettletree Place, near Casula.

Neighbors say the car exploded after it was set alight in the cul-de-sac, with huge flames setting another car on fire and threatening to engulf a nearby house.

Local residents fought with pipes to protect their homes from hell despite further explosions.

A burnt-out car, (pictured) believed to be a BMW, was later found in a quiet lane in Nettletree Place, near Casula.

A burnt-out car, (pictured) believed to be a BMW, was later found in a quiet lane in Nettletree Place, near Casula.

Neighbors say the car has repeatedly exploded (pictured) after being set on fire in the cul-de-sac, with huge flames setting another car on fire and threatening to engulf a nearby house

Neighbors say the car has repeatedly exploded (pictured) after being set on fire in the cul-de-sac, with huge flames setting another car on fire and threatening to engulf a nearby house

Two men were seen fleeing the area in a second car that had been left on the street earlier in the day.

“I ran down the street after hearing the explosions – I was 43 in the army in the artillery, so I immediately recognized that they were explosions,” the neighbor said, Colonel Watego.

“The whole street came out and tried to fight the flames while we waited for the fire department to arrive. It was very serious – very dangerous and very irresponsible.

“There are a lot of families and children on this street. It could have been catastrophic.

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