Bikie gangs WA: Police raid Rebels clubhouse after Mongol’s Port Kennedy house shot at

Police have raided a Rebels bikie gang clubhouse on Thursday night in response to a shooting at a house in Port Kennedy belonging to a member who defected to another gang.

The Port Kennedy home of former Rebel Steven Bennie was fired at in the early hours of Thursday morning.

Bennie defected to the rival Mongols bikie gang late last year.

Police have confirmed that a Mongols member was inside the house on Sirius Place at the time, along with a pregnant woman and her five-year-old daughter.

No-one was injured in the incident.

Cutting into clubhouse

Late on Thursday afternoon, police used an electric saw to cut their way into the Rebels’ Bibra Lake clubhouse, a heavily fortified factory unit on Port Kembla Drive.

Other raids were carried out across Perth on Thursday, The West Australian reports.

The Mongols clubhouse in Rockingham and the Hells Angels clubhouse in Inglewood were also targeted in the police raids.

Police have raided a number of bikie clubhouses across Perth. Credit: 7NEWS

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