“It’s an unprecedented reward for against the law of this nature, however we don’t need anyone who has killed, as they’ve on this event, on the market in the neighborhood, we wish them behind bars.”
Ms Roberts stated police had been additionally open to negotiating an immunity cope with anybody who got here ahead with very important data, together with those that “had some involvement” or had been “complicit”.
WA Police Assistant Commissioner Brad Royce stated safety is also provided if wanted, conceding it may imply it may very well be required for “a really very long time”.
“We usually do much more work earlier than we get to this area however that is in recognition of getting a gunman in our group who’s comfortable to homicide in entrance of … the group,” he stated.
“WA Police have an extended historical past of fixing investigations, significantly homicides … and we don’t hand over.”
Mr Royce stated whereas the killer could have thought they’d gotten away with the crime, the reward made it “extremely seemingly [their associates] will speak”.
Mr Martin, 51, was fatally shot by a sniper whereas watching the Outlaw Nitro Problem on the Kwinana racing venue along with his spouse and stepdaughter.
His stepdaughter’s associate, Ricky Chapman, who was sitting behind Mr Martin, was additionally struck within the arm by the bullet.
Surgeons have retrieved the bullet from the 31-year-old’s arm for police to find out the firearm used within the killing.
Greater than 100 law enforcement officials have been assigned to Operation Ravello, set as much as resolve the bikie killing.
A number of bikie headquarters have been raided by police, and one other six search warrants carried out on Tuesday.
Heather McNeill is a senior journalist at WAtoday.