Two dead in Guildford shooting, possibly linked to Sydney’s gangland war | 7NEWS

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A shooting in Guildford, that has left two men dead, is believed to be linked to Sydney’s gangland war.

Police are investigating if this murder is linked to the feud between the Hamze and Alameddine families.

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