Ute shot at, BMW torched in South Granville | 7NEWS

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There are fears tonight of an escalation in Sydney’s gang wars with a ute shot at and a BMW torched in South Granville overnight. Despite the rising number of similar attacks, police insist that they’re making headway.

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