A Bullet Wound To The Neck Leads Police Down a Familial Crime Path
A shooting in western Sydney on Monday night was a likely targeted attack.
Like a chapter lifted out of a crime novel, one man is in a serious condition, a car pierced with bullets and another burnt to a cinder in Guildford.
Police were alerted to the suspected crime family feud after a 27-year-old man rocked up to Westmead Hospital around 9:40pm suffering a gunshot wound to the neck.
Officers from Cumberland Police Area Command were notified of the crime and subsequently spoke with a number of people at a home on Woodstock Street, Guildford.
A car in the driveway ripped with bullet holes, lead Police to establish a crime scene at that address.
Police were later called to Bennett Road in South Granville where they discovered a burnt-out vehicle. It remains unknown at this stage if the incidents are linked.
Man shows up to hospital in Sydney's west with gunshot wound to his neck
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