Toufik Hamze and Salim Hamze shot dead in Guildford | 7NEWS

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Sydney’s gangland war has erupted in violence yesterday with a father and son shot dead in Guildford.

The two victims, Toufik Hamze and Salim Hamze, were members of the notorious Hamze crime family.

Police are now fearing reprisal attacks.

Latest Details: https://7news.link/2Z4KZ8k

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