- A man suffering from serious gunshot wounds has been left outside a hospital
- The injured man was deposited at Monash Medical centre in a large white van
- Police located the van just streets away from the hospital on Sunday morning
- The man has been transferred to Dandenong Hopsital is expected to recover
A seriously wounded man was dumped at a Melbourne hospital on Saturday afternoon suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.
He was left outside the Monash Medical Centre in Clayton at around 4pm by a man driving a white van, who quickly drove away after dropping off the injured man.
9NEWS reported that police located the van just streets away from the hospital on Sunday morning.
A man suffering from serious gunshot wounds was driven to Monash Medical Centre in a van
He was left outside the medical facility at 4pm on Saturday afternoon with ‘serious’ injuries
‘The yet to be identified man is being treated for serious but non-life threatening injuries,’ a Victoria Police spokeswoman said.
He was treated and then transferred to Dandenong Hospital where he is now recovering from non-life threatening injuries.
Meanwhile, Victoria police cordoned off the area around the van before taking the vehicle away for forensic testing.
Police urge anyone with information about the incident to call CrimeStoppers on 1800 333 000.
Police have located the white van parked just streets away from the Monash Medical Centre
The unidentified man was transferred to Dandenong Hospital and is expected to fully recover