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Detectives hunt men after shots fired during violent home invasions across Mandurah

Mandurah Detectives are on the hunt for two men involved in violent home invasions that saw shots fired and left two other men in hospital on April 13.

The men armed themselves, covered their faces and demanded drugs and money as they broke into homes in Coodanup and Meadow Springs between 8.30pm and 10pm. 

Skeer Media broke the news that two men had been injured and several shots had been fired during altercations in multiple locations across Mandurah. 

The incident saw a 41-year-old man stabbed at a Steerforth Drive home in Coodanup, which left him in a critical condition.

He was transported to Royal Perth Hospital. 

As the offenders fled, they smashed the windows of a car parked in the driveway of the property. 

Shots fire during an violent home invasion in Coodanup. Photo: Tex Reeks.

In Meadow Springs, a 36-year-old man, was assaulted at a residence on Killarney Retreat which left him with serious injuries. 

He was taken to Peel Health Campus.

During both home invasions, the offenders discharged a firearm before leaving. 

Both victims were expected to make a full recovery. 

Mandurah Detectives have released a photo of two men who they believe could help with their investigation. 

Anyone with information on the men or the incident is urged to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report the information online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au.

Tex Reeks

Texas (Tex) Reeks is a video journalist and national award-winning news photographer. Reeks' dedication and commitment to local news media and telling stories has seen him build an extensive portfolio in Western Australia's news industry from a young age. Writing online stories and covering news events for Perth's mainstream media networks, Reeks, has covered and broken some of WA's biggest breaking news stories including shark attacks, police manhunts, plane crashes, major crime investigations, and major political incidents. Reeks' interest and knowledge in criminology and policing results in his focus on crime and court stories.
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