A major police investigation is underway after a man was shot multiple times after attending his cousin's funeral in Melbourne's northern suburbs on Saturday.
Former Mongols bikie gang member Sam Abdulrahim is fighting for life in hospital after he was reportedly targeted while behind the wheel of his black Mercedes jeep in Fawkner.
Pictures of the jeep published by media outlets show it parked outside Fawkner police station in Hadfield, where Abulrahim is understood to have driven himself to after the Jeep was peppered with bullets.
The Herald Sun reports Abulrahim was believed to have been shot in his lung and kidney.
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One crime scene has been established outside the police station, while another has been set up about two kilometres away near the intersection of Box Forest Road and Sydney Road in Hadfield where a different vehicle was found after it crashed into a pole.
Police are understood to be investigating if a person or persons linked to the shooting of Abdulrahim were involved in the crash.
Abdulrahim, a professional boxer who owns boxing management company Punisher Promotions, was recently jailed for two years after he lost control of his sports car and crashed, killing 88-year-old Muriel Hulett.
Police are due to address the media about the shooting at 4:30pm local time.