Arrests made over random truck driver shooting

Police arrest two Sydney teenagers in relation to fatal shooting of Canberra truck driver Bob Knight

New South Wales Police have arrested two western Sydney teenagers in relation to the fatal shooting of Canberra truck driver Bob Knight.

Knight was struck in the head by a stray bullet outside a fast food outlet in Milperra on June 25.

Both boys were arrested in their home this morning and taken to the Bankstown Police Station where they are assisting Homicide Squad detectives with their investigations.

NSW Police also say they are continuing to execute simultaneous search warrants at both boy’s homes in Padstow and Bankstown, as well as a third property in Greenacre in regards to the shooting.

Any witnesses who may have been close to the incident and noticed a white van in the vicinity of the shooting are encouraged to contact Bankstown Police.

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