A gun man who shot two people in Brisbane’s south over the weekend is still on the loose.
Police have arrested and charged his alleged associate over the attack, though are still searching for a 38-year-old man – believed to have pulled the trigger.
A man and woman were approaching a house in Sunnybank Hills on Saturday morning, before they were shot at several times from the property’s balcony.
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They tried to take cover behind a bus shelter, though it’s understood they were pursued.
A 46-year-old man suffered several shots to his chest, and is recovering in hospital following life saving surgery over the weekend.
A 25-year-old woman was also shot in the leg during the incident.
Officers arrested a 24-year-old man in relation to the shooting on Saturday, and he’s facing multiple charges in Brisbane court today, including being an accessory to attempted murder.
He has also been charged with 16 other offences some of which include possession of firearms (three), possession of a silencer, an extendable baton, OC spray (capsicum spray), ammunition, an electro-conductive device, and four counts of possessing dangerous drugs and possession of a drug utensil.
Anyone with information which could assist with this investigation is urged to contact police.
Earlier article: Couple ‘chased down and shot’ in the street
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