Executioners disguised as tradesmen filmed dumping feared Rebels bikie's body in bushland - by cameras set up to stop illegal rubbish dumpers

  • Sydney Rebels bikie gang member Mark Easter was killed in June 2016
  • Police have released images of a van allegedly used to dump his body in bush 
  • His body was found on June 26 in bush off the Pacific Highway north of Sydney
  • Police released the images as part of an ongoing investigation into his death
  • They're also investigating links between it and other Sydney gang-related deaths

When the killers of Rebels bikie member Mark Easter, 37, dumped his body in remote bush they had no idea hidden cameras were recording them.

The Sydney outlaw motorcycle gang sergeant at arms' body was left in bush off the Pacific Highway near Cowan, north of the city in the early hours of June 26, 2015.

But those driving the van allegedly used to get rid of the body weren't aware of cameras set up to catch people illegally dumping rubbish in the area, The Daily Telegraph reported.

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Slain Rebels bikie gang sergeant-at-arms, Mark Easter, who was killed in June 2015. Here he is pictured with partner Biancha Simpson
 
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Slain Rebels bikie gang sergeant-at-arms, Mark Easter, who was killed in June 2015. Here he is pictured with partner Biancha Simpson

A white van allegedly used to dump the body of Rebels bikie gang member Mark Easter in bush off the Pacific Highway north of Sydney. This image was taken by a hidden camera at 3.27am on June 26, 2015
 
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A white van allegedly used to dump the body of Rebels bikie gang member Mark Easter in bush off the Pacific Highway north of Sydney. This image was taken by a hidden camera at 3.27am on June 26, 2015

Seven minutes after the first image - at 3.34am - this picture of the van travelling in the opposite direction was captured by the camera
 
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Seven minutes after the first image - at 3.34am - this picture of the van travelling in the opposite direction was captured by the camera

Easter and his partner, Biancha Simpson, pictured together 
 
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Easter and his partner, Biancha Simpson, pictured together 

A camera took images of a van travelling into the bush at 3.27am and leaving at 3.34am.

It's alleged during the seven minutes between the images, Easter's body was dumped. 

Council workers found his body later on June 26, full of bullets, no effort made to hide it, The Sydney Morning Herald reported. 

Earlier in 2016, police released video of a white van they believed was linked to Easter's death and images of two men they believed could assist investigations.

 
 
 
An image from CCTV released by police earlier in 2016 showing a van they believed could help them with the investigation into Easter's death 
 
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An image from CCTV released by police earlier in 2016 showing a van they believed could help them with the investigation into Easter's death 

And in November, police arrested nine men whom they were questioning over gangland slaying in Sydney - including the death of assassin Pasquale Barbaro, who was gunned down in November.

One of those was Abuzar Sultani, a senior member of the Rebels, who was also questioned about Easter's death. 

It comes as police investigate other unsolved deaths of Sydney underworld figures as well as Easter's, including that of fellow Rebels member Michael 'Ruthless' Davey, Comanchero associate Mehmet Yilma.

Police believe the killings were conducted in similar manners including the cars used, The Daily Telegraph reported. 

Earlier in 2016 police also released these two images of men they believed could assist with the same investigation

 
 
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