Police have arrested two men today following an investigation into the fatal shooting of former gangland member Alen Moradian in Sydney's eastern suburbs earlier this year.
Early today detectives raided two properties across the city and took the men into custody.
A 42-year-old man was arrested at Yowie Bay, in southern Sydney, and is expected to be charged with murder and other offences relating to the coordination of the deadly shooting.
At the same time police arrested a 31-year-old man at Moorebank in the city's south-west. He is expected to be charged with murder.
Moradian, 48, was found shot dead in a car on June 27 at an underground car park in Spring Street, Bondi Junction.
A short time later, police located a burnt-out Porsche nearby in Bondi Junction, and a burnt-out Holden Commodore in Zetland, in the city's inner west.
Three crime scenes were set up and forensically examined by police experts.
Moradian was described by police as a "major player" in organised crime who had "strong, high-level links" to the Comanchero bikie gang.
The investigation into the killing later came under Task Force Magnus that was set up to to target and disrupt gun-related and violent crime.
Investigations are continuing.