Shots were fired at the Bros MC bikie
clubhouse in Yarraville.
Shots were fired into the Yarraville industrial site
clubhouse in Campbell St about 12.20am Sunday morning, but the gunmen
are yet to be identified.
Victoria Police Det Sen Constable Cameron Pye said
more than five shots were fired into the clubhouse although no-one was
But firing shotguns and handguns near residential
areas would not be tolerated, he said.
''The potential for people being injured is very
high,'' he said.
A warrant was executed to search the clubhouse this
morning and members of the Bros were ''reluctant'' to cooperate with
No-one was inside when shots were fired
at the clubhouse of bikie gang Bros MC.
Police say there is no known motive and were unable to
confirm if the shooting was perpetrated by another club or individuals
wanting to warn off the Bros.
The Bros in 2011 were caught up in an internal feud
between its Yarraville and Melton chapters after the defection of
members to a larger outlaw club.
The feud involved their Melton clubhouse being burnt
A police operation codenamed Indigo seized drugs and
firearms from the Bros clubhouse in May that year.
Raids were conducted on several homes of Bros bikies
across Melbourne's west.
The operation focused on the sale and distribution of
commercial quantities of amphetamines.
BROS MC bikie clubhouse in Yarraville was
shot at overnight. Picture: Jake Nowakowski