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Video obtained of moments before Rebels bikie shooting

Video obtained of moments before Rebels bikie shooting
Video has been obtained by 9News of the moments before a former Rebels bikie boss was gunned down at a family motorsport event in Western Australia, as they continue their search for the man's killer.
Nick Martin was at the Kwinana Motorplex arena with his family and hundreds of other people on the weekend when he was targeted in what police believe was a sniper attack from over 300 metres away.
The bullet went straight through the 51-year-old's chest and into his son-in-law, Ricky Chapman, who was sitting behind him in the stands.
A video shot at a Perth motorplex could provide a clue in the hunt for the killer of an ex-bikie boss. (9News)
Former bikie boss killed in front of hundreds at family motorsports event
A young boy known to the family was also injured during the shooting but did not require hospital attention.
Homicide detectives have pored over CCTV footage for days, piecing together clues about who was responsible.
The footage shows Mr Martin sitting in the stands to the left of the screen; detectives believe the sniper was to the right.
The shot travelled between 300 and 340 metres to hit its target, with detectives locating flattened grass on the perimeter of the Perth Motorplex — where they believe the sniper was positioned.
Mr Chapman has since had the bullet removed. He was arrested yesterday by WA Police for allegedly breaching bail conditions by associating with bikies.
Officers are not yet sure who was behind the shooting, and detectives haven't ruled out a hit from within the Rebels camp. (9News)
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Police have spent days searching Rebels and other bikie clubhouses and have also offered a $1 million reward and immunity for information that leads to catching the shooter.
"Wherever the bikies are, we will be there in force and those warrants will continue until we decide the threat has been reduced," WA Police Assistant Commissioner Brad Royce said.
Former Rebels bikie president Nick Martin has been shot dead at the Kwinana Motorplex near Perth. (9News)
Immunity, $1 million for info on ex-bikie boss's murder
WA Premier Mark McGowan also said the punishment will be severe for any bikie who partakes in this kind of behaviour.
"They will go to jail for life, that is what will happen. So I just say to bikies — or anyone who thinks this is smart, clever or the right thing to do — look forward to a long time in prison."
The police investigation continues and anyone with information is urged to contactCrimeStopperson 1800 333 000.