An 18-year-old man has been charged with two counts of murder and three counts of attempted murder two months after a deadly nightclub shooting in Melbourne.
The man, accused of killing two people in a shooting outside the Love Machine nightclub, was arrested in Southbank on Monday, after police raided a home in Bundoora about 10.20am.
He is expected to appear in court today.
A security guard and an innocent bystander were killed on April 14 when bullets were allegedly fired out of a passing car towards the Love Machine nightclub. Four others were injured in the attack.
The arrest comes just one day after another man, 25-year-old Moussa Hamka, was charged with being an accessory after the fact to murder.
Hamka appeared at the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Sunday.
Along with the accessory to murder charge, Hamka is accused of being a prohibited person in possession of a firearm, and of knowing who was involved in the Love Machine attack in April.
He is also accused of stalking, making threats to kill and other offences.
The Epping man was arrested by police on Saturday morning, who also seized a handgun during the execution of a search warrant.
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Moussa Hamka, 25, (pictured) appeared at the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Sunday, accused with being an accessory to murder, along with a raft of other charges
Moussa Hamka, (pictured) from Epping, Melbourne, was arrested by police on Saturday morning, who also seized a handgun during the execution of a search warrant.
Security guard Aaron Khalid Osmani, 37, (pictured left) and Richard Arow, 28, (pictured right) died after they were shot outside the Love Machine nightclub in Prahran on April 14.
Security guard Aaron Khalid Osmani, 37, and Richard Arow, 28, died after they were shot outside the nightclub in