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Criminal kingpin Mahmoud Ahmad gunned down in Sydney


Notorious underworld kingpin dubbed ‘Mr Big’ is gunned down in a hail of bullets just days after it was revealed he had a million-dollar bounty on his head

  • Mahmoud ‘Brownie’ Ahmad has been shot dead in Sydney on Wednesday night 
  • The ‘Mr Big’ of the city’s underworld had recently been released from prison 
  • He had been warned by NSW Police of a million dollar contract placed to kill him  

A notorious underworld crime figure has been killed in a hail of bullets just days after it was revealed a million dollar bounty had been placed on him. 

Mahmoud ‘Brownie’ Ahmad, known as the ‘Mr Big’ of Sydney‘s crime world was shot outside a home on Narelle Crescent in Greenacre about 9.30pm Wednesday. 

NSW Police were aware of a million dollar contract to kill Ahmed placed by rival crime figures and had repeatedly warned him, but he defiantly chose to remain in Sydney.

Ahmed had only recently been released from prison after serving five years for the manslaughter of another underworld figure at a Sydney scrap yard in 2016. 

Police had warned Ahmed (pictured left) of a million dollar contract on him before he was shot dead on Wednesday night

Police had warned Ahmed (pictured left) of a million dollar contract on him before he was shot dead on Wednesday night 

In a statement on Wednesday night NSW Police said they were investigating after ‘reports of a public place shooting’ 

‘About 9.30pm on April 27, 2022, emergency services were called to Narelle Cres, Greenacre, following reports of multiple shots fired, locating a man with multiple gunshot wounds.

‘He was treated by NSW Ambulance paramedics, however he died at the scene.’

‘Officers attached to Bankstown PAC have established a crime scene and are investigating.’

More to follow. 

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