Darko Janceski, 32, was shot several times early last night when a gunman arrived at his father's Berkeley house in New South Wales on a motorbike. Superintendent Wayne Starling says the father heard the shots and ran outside to confront the man responsible. "The father has also raced out when he's heard the gunshots fired and engaged in a fight with the person who fired the shots," he said. "A number of superficial wounds were sustained by Mr Janceski's father and he's been treated by ambulance [authorities] and is in a satisfactory condition. "It's remarkable that the father went out and confronted a bloke with a firearm to try and save his son.'' The man who fired the shots escaped on the motorbike. Supt Starling says no-one has been arrested yet, but Darko Janceski was known to police. Police say Mr Janceski was shot in the leg during another attack two months ago and his home was firebombed. Paramedics worked to revive Mr Janceski, and rushed him to Wollongong Hospital, but he is understood to have been deceased on arrival. Police said they are confident Mr Janceski’s killing was targeted, and are now looking at links between his murder, and an attempt on his life in November. Supt Starling said his father was too distressed to give police a statement yet. "The family is devastated over the incident,'' Supt Starling said. Police have established Strike Force Eve to investigate the incident and are yet to identify any suspects. Mr Janceski was also seriously injured when he was shot in the upper thigh in November. He spent weeks in hospital recovering, during what police said was an attempted murder. He had not long been kicked out of the local chapter of a bikie hang, when the first shooting took place.
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