No evidence NSW shooting victim was bikie

No evidence NSW shooting victim was bikie

No evidence NSW shooting victim was bikie

About 4.30pm on Saturday afternoon police attended the Tweed Hospital after receiving information a man suffering a gunshot wound had presented at the hospital.

A man has been arrested in Queensland over the murder of a man who died from gunshot wounds in Tweed Heads.

Evidence including a crowbar was removed from the vehicle, which is believed to belong to Mr Hall. It is understood the person who shot Mr Hall believed they were going to be shot themselves.

Mr Hall had strong links to the Mongol bikie gang, but police said he was not a member of the bikie group.

A police operation is underway on Machinery Drive at Tweed Heads and a crime scene has been established, police told AAP on Sunday afternoon.

"There is no suggestions in this instance of bikie or gang activity", he said.

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He is believed to be an associate of a club.

Ace Hall was shot dead this weekend.

Police said the shooting wasn't connected to a bikie gang brawl outside a leagues club in Tweed Heads earlier in the week, but NSW Police Detective Inspector Wayne Starling said at the weekend "all avenues of inquiry" are being investigated.

"There is no bikie problem at the southern end of the Gold Coast or in the local Tweed area ... the crime levels in the Tweed borough are the lowest in history".

It comes as the LNP Opposition accused the Government of "rolling out the red carpet" for the bikies, claiming they have watered down protection laws.

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