April 02, 2018

Man is found dead inside a Bandidos clubhouse in Melbourne after a 'gunshot' was heard ringing out early this morning

- Man's body has reportedly been found inside Melbourne's Bandidos clubhouse 
- Police and paramedics taped off Weston Street, Brunswick, early on Monday 
- The street has been home to a number of bloody shootings in recent years 

A man has been found dead at a Bandidos clubhouse in Melbourne (link is external)'s north following reports of a gunshot. Police were called to Weston Street, Brunswick, after someone heard a blast about 7.20am on Easter Monday.

The man has not been formally identified but Radio 3AW (link is external) reported patched members of the motorcycle club could be seen consoling each other outside.
Police and paramedics were seen at Weston Street, Brunswick, near the Bandidos clubhouse on Monday morning
 
Police and paramedics were seen at Weston Street, Brunswick, near the Bandidos clubhouse on Monday morning. Police are not searching for anyone in relation to the incident. The death was not believed to be suspicious. The streets around the heavily fortified clubhouse have previously been home to bloody scenes.   Former Bandidos enforcer Toby Mitchell was infamously shot in the chest outside the property in 2011. In April 2017, three men were shot in the legs outside Doherty's gym, which sits adjacent to the clubhouse. 
The Bandidos MC clubhouse has CCTV cameras and iron gates - and now there are claims a body was found inside this morning
 
The Bandidos MC clubhouse has CCTV cameras and iron gates - and now there are claims a body was found inside this morning. The Bandidos are a 'one-percenter' motorcycle club with chapters around Australia and the World. Their local clubhouse sits down the road from the Barkly Street shopping centre. The clubhouse was previously the site of a wine and produce company.


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