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AustraliaStake Hill shooting leaves one man dead and another charged by WA Police with murder

02:56  05 june  2019
02:56  05 june  2019 Source:   abc.net.au

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An alleged gunman has been charged with murder after another man was shot dead at a property in Mandurah, south of Perth.

An alleged gunman makes a brief appearance in court charged with murdering a 61-year-old man who was shot dead at a semi-rural property in Stake Hill , south of Perth.

Stake Hill shooting leaves one man dead and another charged by WA Police with murder © ABC News Officers from the heavily armed Tactical Response Group attended the shooting in Stake Hill, near Mandurah. An alleged gunman has been charged with murder after another man was shot dead at a property in Mandurah, south of Perth.

WA Police said a 61-year-old man died after he was shot about 5:00pm yesterday at the semi-rural property in the suburb of Stake Hill.

Six police cars and officers from the Tactical Response Group (TRG) were sent to the scene when the alarm was raised.

The man's body was found after TRG officers entered the house just after 8:00pm.

Stake Hill shooting leaves one man dead and another charged by WA Police with murder © ABC News A man has been charged with murder after the shooting in Stake Hill. A 40-year-old man was taken into custody as Homicide Squad detectives launched an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the fatal shooting.

Police said the Stake Hill man has since been charged with murder.

He is due to appear before the Perth Magistrates Court later today.

Police have urged anyone with information about the shooting to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online.

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