Million dollars reward offered anyone who helps Police catch the sniper

Million dollars reward offered anyone who helps Police catch the sniper

The Western Australia State Government offered $1 million reward for information to help Police in their investigation into the weekend killing of Nikolas Thomas Martin Boss of Rebels bikie gang.

Million dollars reward offered anyone who helps Police catch the sniper that killed the boss of rebels

The Western Australia Government has been briefed on the homicide investigation and has decided to offer the reward to support Police efforts to track down those responsible.

At about 8:40 pm on Saturday 12 December 2020, Mr Martin was at the Kwinana Motorplex in company with several other outlaw motorcycle gang members and associates.
Mr Martin received a single gunshot wound to his torso, which eventually proved fatal.
To date, the person or persons responsible for the homicide of Mr Martin have not been identified.
The WA Police Force has formed Taskforce Ravello in response to the murder which brings together specialist officers from the Gang Crime and Homicide Squads.
The Government of Western Australia is offering of a reward of up to $1,000,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the homicide of Nikolas Thomas Martin on 12 December 2020 at Kwinana.
The Government may be prepared to consider recommending protection from prosecution or pardon for any informant with information that leads to the conviction of the person or persons responsible, provided that the informant was not directly responsible for the homicide.

Rebels boss Nikolas Thomas Martin shot dead at Kwinana Motorplex in front of hundreds of spectators

Police were called to the Kwinana Motorplex just after 8.30 pm after reports of a shooting. On arrival, officers found Martin, 51, with gunshot wounds. Chapman, 31, was taken to hospital.
A five-year-old boy, who was sitting on Martin’s wife’s lap, was also injured in the gunfire but did not need hospital attention.

The incident happened in front of hundreds of shocked witnesses, including families with young children who had been at the venue, which was hosting its popular Outlaw Nitro Challenge dragsters race.

Mr Royce said the task force would include officers from the gang crime teams, Australian Federal Police and other partners across Australia.
He said it was too early to identify any suspects responsible for the shooting, with ballistic experts yet to reveal their findings.

Mr Royce would not be drawn on labelling the shooting a professional hit. One precise shot The bullet went straight through the 51-year-old’s chest and into his son-in-law, who was sitting behind him in the stands.

The professional sniper most likely ex-military hired to make it as the public statement.
Police believe he was hit by a precision sniper bullet and several outlaw motorcycle clubhouses and other properties have been searched in the investigation.
Multiple raids were carried out across Perth as detectives continue the hunt for a gunman. This morning police were searching surrounding of Kwinana Motorplex for any traces lead to capture the sniper.

Western Australia Police are calling for witnesses to phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 with any information.

Western Australia Police Assistant Commissioner Brad Royce told reporters the officers will be brought together under taskforce Rovello.
Whilst it’s a homicide and a single incident we’re taking it as a far bigger picture event and to ensure the community remains safe, we’re taking the fight back to gangs in Western Australia, Mr Royce told reporters.
I can assure you that all gangs, whether they are involved in this or not, are going to be seeing a lot more attention from WA Police and our partners and I can also assure them that if we come we will be coming in force. We make no apology for that

Million dollars reward offered anyone who helps Police catch the sniper that killed the boss of rebels

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