Pictured: Dayne Brajkovich – whose Perth home was hit with a spray of bullets on Tuesday evening. He attacked Rebels bikie Nick Martin at a bar two weeks before he was murdered
Shots have been fired at the home of a Hells Angels bikie who attacked Rebels bikie kingpin Nick Martin two weeks before he was gunned down at a drag racing event.
Martin, 51, died at the scene after being shot in the back in front of his wife and step-daughter at the Perth Motorplex in Kwinana Beach at December 12.
The shooting followed Martin being punched in the head repeatedly at a bar in the beachside suburb of Scarborough by Dayne Brajkovich on November 24.
Tactical response officers and detectives were called to Brajkovich’s home in Ascot on Tuesday night after it was hit with a spray of bullets about 7.15pm.
Neighbours reported hearing ‘a loud bang’ before seeing armed police ordering Brajkovich out of his home.
Martin (pictured) died on December 12 at the Perth Motorplex in the arms of his wife Amanda as she tried to give him CPR. His last words were: ‘babe, I’ve been shot’
‘You could see the green lasers floating around, obviously the scope of the rifles,’ one witness told The West Australian.
Police said the shooting appeared to be targeted but would not say if there were any injuries.
‘There is currently a crime scene in place and empty shell casings have been located at the scene,’ a Western Australia Police spokesman told Daily Mail Australia.
One neighbour said Brajkovich – whose home is monitored by a heavy CCTV presence – had a large dog guarding his property and always had his shutters closed.
The Hells Angels bikie’s face is covered in tattoos – one of which mentions his postcode and year of birth, while others are of a knuckle duster and a spider’s web.
He was charged with fighting in public in circumstances likely to cause fear and fined $800 following the November brawl with Martin.
Security footage showed the pair meeting for a handshake before sending tables and chairs flying as they fought in front of stunned diners.
Brajkovich has also been more recently charged with violating an order on December 30 and January 2 banning him from entering pubs and clubs.
Brajkovic was charged over a brawl in November – two weeks before Martin’s death – in which the pair fought in a busy bar in the Perth beachside suburb of Scarborough
WA Police meanwhile have not revealed any new leads since Martin’s public execution despite several arrests and raids immediately following the shooting.
Police have posted a $1 million reward for information but have not yet said if they have identified any suspects in the gangland killing.
A photograph taken on the opposite side of the racing lanes from where Martin was sitting with his family, on the edge of a grandstand, shows a clear line of sight a sniper could have used to kill his target.
Another man, convicted drug dealer Ricky Chapman, was injured in the shooting at the Kwinana raceway, south of Perth.
The chaos at the racetrack on December 12 in Perth after Martin was executed is pictured
One of the possible shooter locations previously identified at the Perth Motorplex. A long shot would indicate a sniper, experts say
Police said the same bullet that killed Martin had passed through to hurt Chapman – and a bullet fragment was recovered from his arm.
Queensland University of Technology associate professor of criminology Mark Lauchs, an expert on outlaw motorcycle gangs said if the shot was taken from a distance then it was likely by a professional sniper as bikies don’t typically have great marksmanship skills.
‘If it’s from a long way away, I would assume it’s not bikie related as that’s not how bikies do things,’ he told Daily Mail Australia.
Police are so far tight-lipped about whether they have identified any suspects in the public execution of Nick Martin (pictured)
‘It may be associated with things other than a bikie war.’
Professor Lauchs said a deliberate execution of this type would be more likely to do with organised crime than an inter-club bikie war or an internal club dispute.
WA Police are reportedly trying to work out whether the sniper shot the bikie from an area close to bushland on the edge of the motor complex.
It is thought that surveillance cameras at the complex might yield some clues to the public killing that shocked the nation, with a toilet block 20 metres from where Martin was sitting thought to be the most valuable.
Rebels bikie Nick Martin was taken to Pinnaroo Cemetery in a coffin covered in pictures of $100 bills during an extravagant bikie funeral
Rebels bikies embrace at the funeral of Nick Martin in Perth on December 23
A $1 million reward has been offered for information leading to the arrest of the shooter who killed Nick Martin, 51, (pictured with wife Amanda)
More than 200 bikies from the Rebels and other clubs attended Martin’s funeral
Hundreds of mourners gathered on December 23 to farewell the former Rebels president at his Pinnaroo Valley Memorial Park funeral – the majority turning up in patched Rebels colours.
Martin’s coffin was covered in pictures of $100 bills and Bob Dylan’s All Along the Watchtower played as bikies took turns to walk up and touch it as it was brought in under a marquee for the service.
The public execution sparked fears of an bikie war, and WA Police launched Taskforce Ravello to find the killer.
Bikie compounds and properties were raided across Perth in December but no leads have been made public.