Police charge three men over Bunnings shooting

By Keri Algar

SYDNEY, NSW: Two men and a teenager have been charged over a hardware store shooting in south west Sydney, according to a statement released by New South Wales Police.

The shooting occurred at 10.30am yesterday at a Bunnings store on Bonnyrigg Avenue, Bonnyrigg, and was caused by an argument between a number of males and staff over the presentation of a receipt.

Two shots were allegedly fired into the store from the car park; no one was injured as a result.

Police later arrested four males, aged 60, 43, 34, and 16, during a vehicle stop at Greenfield Park.

A 34 year old Greenfield Park man has been subsequently charged with seven offences, including shooting with intent to murder and assaulting a police officer.

 A 43-year-old man and a 16-year-old Greenfield Park boy have each been charged with four offences.

A 60-year-old Greenfield Park man has been released without charge, pending further inquiries.

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