Man charged with murder over NSW shooting

Queensland Police arrested a 33-year-old man at 4.30am on Tuesday on the Gold Coast and took him to Southport Watch House.

It is understood the person who shot and killed Hall believed they themselves were going to be shot during the incident, according to The Gold Coast Bulletin.

Phil Becker, 33, was nabbed by Queensland police in the early hours of Tuesday morning after a joint operation with NSW detectives led officers to his auto at a service station at Jimboomba, southwest of Brisbane.

The 31-year-old was immediately treated by doctors, but died soon after.

A man has been arrested over the murder of a heavily-tattoed bikie-gang associate who died after being shot in the stomach.

Becker appeared in the Southport Magistrates Court yesterday, where he was ordered to be surrendered into the custody of NSW detectives.

Police raided a property in an industrial area of South Tweed following the man's death, and are searching the area for bullet casings and blood.

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A man will be extradited to NSW after being arrested in Queensland in relation to the fatal shooting of man at Tweed Heads.

Police have played down bikie links, but have not ruled out gang connections.

Yesterday afternoon, detectives were seen grabbing bulletproof vests from the boot of a vehicle outside Tweed Heads police station and speeding off to what turned out to be a false alarm.

On Monday afternoon, police located a auto believed to be linked to the shooting.

A man will be extradited from Queensland to NSW over the shooting death of another man on the southern side of the border on the weekend.

Earlier in the day, police seized more items from the Machinery Drive warehouse, including a safe.

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