The police missed the alleged killers of Mick Hawi for a few minutes the day the former biker boss Comancheros was shot outside his gym.
Strongly armed antikirtia officers stormed apartment 12 in the building & # 39; Toaster & # 39; with a view of Circular Quay of Sydney at about 5.30 in the morning of February 12.
They were looking for Ahmad Doudar in a routine order, but they missed him. If they had arrived minutes before they supposedly could have inadvertently frustrated the murder.
The police missed the alleged murderers of Mick Hawi (pictured) for a few minutes the day the former biker chief of Comancheros was shot outside his gym.
Hawi was shot in the head at close range when the shooter leaned towards the window of his black Mercedes, spraying himself with bullet debris that was a key break in the case
All they found was the mobile phone and fitness pass of the Lone Wolf bikies member, according to the Daily Telegraph.
The 38-year-old allegedly was already preparing the brazen blow on Hawi along with Yusuf Nazlioglu, 37, who lived with him in Toaster's flat.
They were putting escape cars in their place, following Hawi, and riding the Fitness First gym he attended in Rockdale, police said.
Six hours after the Toaster raid, Hawi was shot dead in the head at close range when Nazlioglu allegedly leaned towards the window of his black Mercedes.
Ahmad Doudar, 38, (left) and Yusuf Nazlioglu, 37, (right) were the alleged killers and are facing trial for the murder of the former bikie chief
Heavily armed antikirtie officers stormed his apartment in the building & # 39; Toaster & # 39; (Stock in the photo) overlooking Sydney's Circular Quay around 5:30 am on February 12
His murder of $ 40,000 seemed meticulously planned, but it was riddled with careless mistakes that eventually led to his capture.
The detectives had their first break when they found the burnt silver Mercedes that was near the gym.
Forty officers scoured the streets for CCTV images and spent 16 days tracking the car to an abandoned house owned by Doudar's brother.
More CCTV closely identified a second escape car that arrived 10 minutes after the shooting.
Weeks later, the Toyota Aurion was tracked 11 km away in Beaconsfield after it was loaded onto a crane, allegedly by Mustafa Salami, who was also arrested.
Hawi (pictured with his wife Carolina Gonzalez) was shot dead on February 12, but police are still perplexed about the motive.
Doudar and Nazlioglu were finally arrested last month outside a Bexley barbershop amid concerns they were about to take an interstate trip
The detectives observed the "inseparable" & # 39; couple for months before, while they celebrated in their exclusive apartment and went to the gym together
The police negligently found a forgotten balaclava and performed tests in the laboratory in case something was left behind.
Usually, the traces would disappear a long time ago, but since the car was sealed for weeks, there were still traces of DNA and remnants of gunfire.
The DNA supposedly matched Nazlioglu, and the CCTV of the murder showed that the shooter was close enough to the car to have been sprayed with GSR.
The detectives observed the "inseparable" & # 39; couple for months while they celebrated in their exclusive apartment and went to the gym together.
They were finally arrested last month outside a Bexley barbershop amid concerns that they were about to take an interstate trip, and charged with Hawi's murder.
Mustafa Salami was also arrested and charged with moving the getaway car with a crane
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