Terrifying moment a man is lured into an ambush in his own driveway as two balaclava boosted gunmen when he returns from a night out
- A man from the Gold Coast was ambushed by two masked crooks on his own driveway
- One of the men pointed to the driver with a gun and shouted & # 39; get the f *** out & # 39;
- The driver escaped by driving backwards quickly and bringing the street to safety
The terrifying moment that a man is being shot at on his own driveway by two crooks in ski masks has been captured by security cameras.
The Gold Coast man had returned from a birthday party when he landed in the driveway of a diagnostic car & # 39; s in an Arundel industrial park at 9 p.m.
A masked gunman flew to the driver's window and threatened to shoot while another man in a balaclava tried to open the passenger door after seizing the gray Mazda3 from Ivan Street.
& # 39; Get the f *** out! & # 39; one of the men in the video obtained by shouted 9News.
The driver escaped by quickly leaving the driveway backwards, while the shooter was still hanging on the half-open window and the road was speeding up.
The man from the Gold Coast (pictured in the car) was back from a birthday party when he was attacked in an Arundel industrial park on a Thursday morning in a driveway of his company.
The man reported the incident to the police station on Friday at 1 am & # 39;
He is afraid that the villains will return for revenge and want to remain anonymous to protect themselves.
Friends of the man told reporters that they had no idea why he was the target.
Forensic investigators searched for the car and crime scene for fingerprints and DNA.
The traumatized victim will start counseling next week to cope with his experience.
The Ivan Street business (photo) is located next to a storage facility and a cafe. The villains walked up the driveway from Ivan Street (photo)
& # 39; Get the f *** out! & # 39; one of the men in the video shouted. One man waved a gun while another tried to open the passenger door
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