NT police search for ‘vigilante’

Posted June 29th, 2019 by admin and filed in 杭州夜生活
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Northern Territory police are looking for a man they believe was involved in a revenge attack over the fatal shooting of a Darwin man.

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Police are seeking Alfred Walker, 40, over an incident that occurred on Saturday night.

It followed the death that morning of Fabian Brock, 25 who was shot in the head while behind the wheel of his car.

“We’d like to speak to Mr Walker in relation to taking matters into his own hands” and seeking retribution over Mr Brock’s death, detective Acting Superintendent Lee Morgan told reporters on Wednesday.

“He’s pretty difficult to locate which is why we’ve gone public, to encourage him to come forward.”

Police believe Mr Walker is still in the Darwin area.

It is believed that on Saturday night Mr Walker and Shayne Robert Mulhall, 33, visited a Palmerston home and threatened its occupants over Mr Brock’s shooting.

During a raid on Monday night police arrested Mulhall, who appeared in the Darwin Magistrates Court on Wednesday on charges of aggravated assault, going armed in public and unlawfully entering a home.

His lawyer Peter Maley told the court his client did not have a weapon.

Mulhall was denied bail due to the seriousness of the charges against him.

It is believed Mr Brock’s shooting is related to the stabbing of a Palmerston man on Friday night.

Acting Supt Morgan said the man accused of the stabbing, Rodney Kenyon, was a person of interest in the shooting “as are a number of other people”.

He also confirmed police had seized a silver Toyota HiLux in the vicinity of Union Terrace near Lee Point where Mr Brock was shot.

Police seized a number of weapons during Monday night’s raid.

They also seized Mulhall’s car which had been damaged by a shotgun blast.

Acting Supt Morgan would not say if rival gangs were involved in the weekend’s violence.

“There are a number of people in this community who know what happened, we’ve spoken to some of them, but there are a lot more out there. Please, come forward and help us bring the killer of Mr Brock to justice,” he said.

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