Police have arrested two men who are expected to be charged over their alleged involvement in the murder of bikie boss Alen Moradian, who was shot in broad daylight at a popular Sydney beach.
The 48-year-old convicted cocaine peddler was shot multiple times in the carpark of his Bondi Junction apartment block at 8.30am on June 27.
A short time later, police found a burnt-out Porsche nearby in Bondi Junction and a burnt-out Holden Commodore in Zetland, with three crime scenes established and forensically examined.
Taskforce Magnus was established in July to target gun-related and violent crime and to investigate links between organised criminal activity in Sydney.
Detectives attached to Taskforce Magnus on Monday morning executed two search warrants in Sydney’s southwest and arrested two men, aged 27 and 28.
NSW Police said both were expected to be charged over their alleged involvement in the murder.
The arrests come after NSW Police on Friday shared footage of two men they believed could assist with their investigation.
In September, police charged two men, a 42-year-old and a 31-year-old, with Mr Moradian’s murder.
Police will allege the older man instigated the fatal shooting, while the younger man helped co-ordinate the alleged attack.
The case remains before the courts.
Mr Moradian’s death was one of the high-profile alleged killings that triggered Task Force Magnus – a police operation tasked with investigating a string of gangland shootings across Sydney.