Johnny Salafia murder investigation: Police raid ends in an arrest at Surfside | video

HEARTACHE: Johnny Salafia was murdered outside his Kings Point home in 2013.
HEARTACHE: Johnny Salafia was murdered outside his Kings Point home in 2013.

An alleged member of the Rebels outlaw motorcycle gang (OMCG) has been arrested by detectives investigating the 2013 murder of Johnny Salafia. 

Shortly after 6am on November 23, Police executed a search warrant at a home in Surfside, just north of Batemans Bay. 

Police arrested a 42-year-old man, who is an alleged member of the Rebels OMCG, at the property.

He was taken to Batemans Bay Police Station where he will be charged with murder.

Following extensive inquiries, Strike Force Hobler detectives, with the assistance of Strike Force Raptor and the Public Order and Riot Squad made the arrest. 

Police examin the homicide scene the following day, June 24, 2013, at the Kings Point address.

Police examin the homicide scene the following day, June 24, 2013, at the Kings Point address.

Johnny Salafia was shot at point-blank range on Sunday, June 23, 2013 on the front doorstep of his Kings Point home as he returned home from the movies with his family. 

Police and emergency services were called to the home on Kings Point Drive shortly after 10.30pm following reports of a shooting.

On arrival, officers located the body of the 38-year-old at the front door of his home. 

Mr Salafia had been shot in the head and chest. 

Former partner Carly Stewart with eldest son Dylan Salafia, appealing for leads in the murder earlier in the year.

Former partner Carly Stewart with eldest son Dylan Salafia, appealing for leads in the murder earlier in the year.

Detectives from the State Crime Command’s Homicide Squad and Shoalhaven Local Area Command established Strike Force Hobler to investigate the circumstances surrounding Mr Salafia’s death.

More information as it comes to hand.