A bitter turf war between the Mongols and Finks bikie gangs is heating up in south-east Queensland, with daylight bashings and a barber shop allegedly firebombed by rival members. Key points: Police say in court documents they have “credible intelligence” of a current “attack on sight” order between two south-east Queensland clubs Queensland police are narrowing their hunt for the killers of Shane Bowden Police say they are “taking all available actions to keep the community safe from harm” It comes as police investigate an arson attack on a barber shop on June 5 at a Windaroo shopping centre, south of Brisbane. The blaze also destroyed a hairdressing salon, chemist and bakery. Two days later, a brawl between Mongols and Finks erupted at the Gold Coast’s Australia Fair Shopping Centre. Documents tendered to the Southport Magistrates Court over the incident revealed police have “credible intelligence” of a current “attack on sight” order between both clubs throughout the state’s south-east. The order relates only to the clubs between Logan and the Queensland border with NSW. The ABC makes no suggestion that all members or associates of the Mongols and Finks bikie gangs in south-east Queensland or throughout Australia are involved in violent… Read full this story
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