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Man arrested over Robina shooting

People filmed and photographed the incident as police worked.
People filmed and photographed the incident as police worked. Mikarla Marsden

A MAN has been arrested in Victoria in relation to the shooting of two people in Robina on the weekend.

Members of the Special Operations Group and Taskforce Echo detectives arrested Mark James Graham, 26, in Melton in a joint investigation between Queensland Police, Victoria Police and Australian Federal Police.

Two people were shot at Robina Town Centre on Saturday about 12.50pm causing panic amongst weekend shoppers.

Both victims survived the shooting.

One victim was believed to be Jacques Teamo who has associations with the Bandido motorcycle club.

Graham, from Keilor, was arrested about 8.20pm on Monday.

He faced an out of session's court hearing where he was remanded in custody.

He was due to appear before the Melbourne Magistrates Court today. Queensland Police has confirmed that detectives would travel to Victoria to seek Graham's extradition to Queensland.

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