UPDATE | Police continue search for second man after Warwick Farm shooting

One man was charged and another man is being searched for by police after their involvement in a shooting at Warwick Farm last week 

About 4.45am on Tuesday October 2, a man, 22, was in the foyer of a building on Browne Parade.

He was allegedly confronted by two men near the entrance to the building and was shot. The injured man returned to the building and emergency services were contacted.

Shooting location: Browne Parade, Warwick Farm is where the shooting happened last week. Picture: Google Maps

Shooting location: Browne Parade, Warwick Farm is where the shooting happened last week. Picture: Google Maps

Officers from Liverpool City Police Area Command attended the location and discovered he’d received injuries to both legs.

Paramedics arrived at the scene and treated him before he was sent to Liverpool Hospital in a stable condition.

Police officers established a crime scene and commenced inquiries.

About 3.30am yesterday on Sunday October 7, police were called to a block of units on Greenacre Road at Greenacre, following reports a man was found unconscious in the driveway.

The man, 21, was taken to Bankstown Hospital for treatment before he was taken to Bankstown Police Station.

Police executed a search warrant at the property where they located and seized methylamphetamine and ammunition.

The man was charged with a number of offences including: discharge firearm intend cause grievous bodily harm, supply prohibited drug (x2), possess ammunition without holding licence, deal with proceeds of crime, and supply cannabis.

He was refused bail and appeared at Bankstown Local Court today on Monday, October 8.

Police have released CCTV images and are appealing for public assistance in search for another man involved.

The man depicted is described as being of Indian Sub-Continental appearance, about 180cm tall, with a medium build, and black facial hair.

He is depicted as wearing black Ellesse track pants and hooded-jumper, red and white sneakers, and carrying a grey towel.

As inquiries continue anyone with information is urged to contact Liverpool City Police or Crime Stoppers immediately.

  • Story updated October 8, 5.50pm.