Police search for evidence after high-ranking bikie shot in Sydney

Police have returned to the scene where a high-ranking bikie member was shot in Sydney’s north-west to collect more evidence.

Christopher Rymer, a member of the notorious Rebels bikie gang, drove himself to Hawkesbury Hospital on Tuesday where he was treated for non-life threatening gunshot wounds.

It’s the second time Rymer has been shot in 18 months.

Christopher Rhymer was shot four times, twice in the stomach, in an apparent targeted attack.
Christopher Rymer was shot four times, twice in the stomach, in March 2021. (9News)

Police also discovered a second crime scene on Bonnor Road, Bligh Park, following the shooting after they found a burnt-out bright red or orange Ford Mustang.

Investigators returned to the Agnes Banks and Bligh Park area on Friday in search of witnesses and evidence.

“Raptor Squad officers continue their inquiries into the circumstances surrounding how the man came to be shot, and are appealing for anyone who may have been in the vicinity of Agnes Banks between 7am and 9.30am on Tuesday morning to come forward,” police said in a statement.

Raptor squad canvases Agnes Banks for evidence after bikie shooting
Raptor squad officers canvas Agnes Banks for evidence regarding the shooting. (9News)

“In particular, detectives believe someone may have seen the distinctive red/orange Ford Mustang in the Bligh Park or Agnes Banks areas around the time of the incident.”

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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