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Ikenasio Tuivasa was the father of five children and was reportedly killed in a hail of bullets outside a billiard hall overnight in a botched car shooting of the wrong man. He was outside the All-Star Lounge pool hall on Westwood Drive in Ravenhall, Melbourne, when he was shot at midnight Saturday.
There was no warning, as Mr. Tuivasa, originally from Samoa, was enjoying his evening with family and friends.
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Ikenasio Tuivasa was 33 years old at the time of his death.
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Victoria Police Homicide Squad Detective Sgt. Simon Quinnell said the midnight shooters may have caught the wrong man as it was unlikely they deliberately targeted Tuivasa. His family rushed him to the hospital where he died.
“We have investigated the criminal record of the deceased; there is very little data and certainly nothing to suggest that something he was involved in could lead to this.”
As the gunmen fired from their moving vehicle, another man was shot in the leg and taken to Royal Melbourne Hospital. The 24-year-old from Williams Landing limped back to the scene yesterday to retrieve his car, telling news crews that he was unlucky to be hit.
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Distressed relatives posted messages of loss online Sunday, sharing their grief for the beloved father and brother.
“You took a piece of my heart so make sure you take proper care of it, okay,” wrote a grieving relative on Facebook.
“We love and miss you so much, our dwarf brother, rest in the loving arms of God brother until that glorious day.”
The salon owner, Makram Richani, said the loud music drowned out the noise of the gunshots; The first thing he knew about was when people ran with the man who was shot in the leg. “People started running, nobody knew what was going on,” he told the Herald Sun.
“We took the man upstairs and I was on the phone with the paramedics.
“The guy who was shot in the right leg near the knee was applying pressure. He had been a patron for three years. ”
The police forensic office found a black hatchet on the ground outside the hall on Sunday, which was taken as evidence. The reckless killers who shot a crowd of people outside a billiard room on a Saturday night are still on the run.
Police said Sunday afternoon that no one has been arrested or charged yet.
“No arrests have been made and the investigation into the incident is ongoing,” Sgt Julie-Anne Newman said in a statement.
Police are urging nearby businesses that may have CCTV footage to help them with their recordings.