Bros outlaw motorcycle gang ordered to tear down Yarraville clubhouse fortifications

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Police outside the Bros motorcycle gang Yarraville clubhouse.

Police outside the Bros motorcycle gang Yarraville clubhouse. Source: News Corp Australia

OUTLAW motorcycle gang Bros has been ordered to tear down its Yarraville clubhouse fortifications.

Officers from Victoria Police Echo taskforce nailed a notice to the gunshot-pierced exterior of the building around noon today.

It is the second club to be ordered to de-fortify its clubhouse, with the Hells Angels Thomastown chapter the first to undergo an enforcement, placed on it last year.

It now has a white picket fence.

The Bros Campbell St clubhouse was shot at last year, although no one was injured.

Police have raided the premises and made arrests previously.

Bros bikie members were to meet police at the property but did not arrive when scheduled.

They will be served with a notice, which enforces the removal of steel plate doors, CCTV equipment, barred windows, steel bollards and toughened windows among other reinforcements to the building.

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