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Thursday, 2 July 2009

Mohammed Haddara was shot dead as he was getting out of his car in the driveway of his parents' home


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Mohammed Haddara was shot dead as he was getting out of his car in the driveway of his parents' home in Fifth Avenue around 7.45pm (9.45pm NZT) on Saturday.Neighbours reported hearing at least three shots.His brother, Nazim Haddara, said the victim was a father of two with a third child due next month."He was a gentleman. He was down to earth, easygoing. Loved his footy, loved everything in life, his kids," he told reporters.The spray painter had been for a drive with his younger cousin and was shot on his return, Mr Haddara said."He's got two kids, a son on the way – he is due in a month's time. No one deserves to die like that."Mr Haddara denied suggestions his brother was linked to a Lebanese crime gang.
"No, there's no reason. They're just gutless. Gutless pigs," he said.
Detective Senior Sergeant Tim Day of the homicide squad said police were hunting for two gunmen and a vehicle."It's believed the victim at some stage was in another vehicle, and we are looking for a possible offender from a second vehicle," he said.Police are looking for a gold or champagne-coloured 2005 Holden Commodore SS sedan that was seen in the street shortly before the drive-by shooting.The shooting is Melbourne's second in only a week following the death of gangland figure Desmond "Tuppence" Moran who was gunned down at a cafe in Ascot Vale last Monday.


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