Vision of a man and woman buying fast food at a McDonald’s drive-through could be the key in solving the investigation into the killing of a western Sydney man, police believe.
Granville man Shady Kanj, 22, was shot in Guildford near Parramatta on August 6 last year and died at the scene. No one has been arrested over his death.
Shortly after, the state’s top homicide squad detective Superintendent Danny Doherty said he could not discount the shooting was the result of gang violence involving the Alameddine organised crime network.
Continuing to search for answers, detectives this week canvassed several homes on Miller Street in South Granville, which has been identified as a place of interest.
On Thursday, detectives also released CCTV vision of a man and a woman driving a white Audi Q5 through a McDonald’s at Lidcombe. The vision was taken before the shooting on August 6.
Police do not believe the man and woman were involved in the shooting, but may have information that could help with the investigation.
Doherty urged the pair to come forward.
“That vehicle is captured at the fast-food restaurant in Lidcombe before the shooting, then again on the corner of Mona Street and Clyde Street at South Granville later that night,” he said.