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Police are still hunting for a gunman who allegedly shot two people in Brisbane after a dispute over a bike that had been cut in half.
Detectives fear Brendyn Clark (38) may be armed and have warned anyone who spots him not to approach and immediately call police
Clark is wanted over a shooting in which a 46-year-old man was shot six times, and a 25-year-old woman shot once in the leg, from the verandah of a Sunnybank Hills home.
Another man has already been charged over the attack, which police say appears to be linked to a bike that had been sawn in half.
"We have half of the bike at the moment ... we don't know where the other half is," Detective Inspector Craig Morrow told reporters on Monday.
Brendon-James Edward Morrissey (24) was arrested a couple of hours after the shooting, in the nearby suburb of Doolandella.
He was remanded in custody accused of being an accessory after the fact to attempted murder and 16 other charges including possessing three guns, a silencer, ammunition, a stun gun and drugs.
Both shooting victims remain in hospital but their lives are not in danger.