Police want to query three males over the hearth bombing of a tattoo parlour owned by the widow of assassinated Rebels bikie boss Nick Martin.
Amanda Martin’s Emerald Ink Tattoo in Balcatta was set alight in a suspected arson assault at about 4.30am on October 11.
Pictures of three males linked to the hearth bombing have been launched by police on Wednesday. The pictures captured on CCTV present two males outdoors the parlour across the time of the suspected firebombing.
Each males are sporting hoods and have their faces coated, whereas one is seen carrying what seems to be a jerry can as the opposite holds a hammer.
Police are additionally on the lookout for a 3rd man, seen using a inexperienced and white motorcycle.
“Detectives are in search of data concerning two individuals who have been seen within the space across the time of the hearth,” a police spokesman mentioned.
“They’d additionally like to talk to anybody who recognises the rider of a inexperienced and white motorbike which was seen travelling in convoy with a white van, believed to be the identical van the 2 males have been driving.
“The van and motorbike have been seen travelling collectively later within the morning within the Armadale space.”
It’s understood an inside feud among the many Rebels’ ranks, after some defected to Troy Mercanti’s Mongols, is being investigated as a possible cause for the hearth bombing.
In June, two armed intruders reportedly hid outdoors the shop for greater than two hours earlier than attacking the enterprise when a tattoo artist unlocked the entrance door after ending work with a consumer.
Mr Martin was executed by a sniper-style shot on the Kwinana Motorplex in December by a former soldier.