Two members of the Hamze family shot dead in Guildford | 7NEWS

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Police believe today’s shooting murders in Guildford are linked to criminal networks who are protecting their drug territory, which then becomes linked to families.

Two people remain on the run after two members of the Hamze family were shot while sitting in a vehicle on Osgood Street at Guildford this morning – one dying at the scene, the other dying later at hospital.

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

A car was discovered burning on Murdock Street after the shooting.

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