A fourth man has been charged as an accessory in the alleged murder of Sydney gang boss Mahmoud “Brownie” Ahmad.
The gangland figure was shot and killed as he left a friend’s Greenacre home in Sydney’s southwest in April.
Search warrants were executed at four southwest Sydney properties located in Canterbury, Riverwood, Lakemba and Roselands from 6.30am on Wednesday.
A 29-year-old man was arrested at the Canterbury property and charged with accessory before the fact to murder, participating in a criminal group, and use of a false document.
During the searches, investigators seized $60,000 cash, mobile phones, a CCTV system, documents and other items relevant to the investigation.
Police will allege in court the man was involved in supplying the vehicles used in Ahmad’s alleged murder.
He has been refused bail to appear at Burwood Local Court on Thursday.
Three men – aged 26, 37 and 49 – have already been charged in relation to the alleged murder and remain before the courts.
Investigations under Task Force Erebus are continuing.
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