Police treating bikie tattoo parlour blaze as suspicious

A TATTOO parlour, owned by a bikie boss accused of torching a police car earlier this year, was engulfed by flames on Monday morning.

The Skin Deep parlour in Newtown, owned by Nomad-turned-senior-Hells Angels member Scott Orrock, was significantly damaged before the fire was put out about 1.45am.

No one was injured.

Orrock is currently behind bars and awaiting trial on arson charges.

Police allege he set fire to a police paddy wagon in front of the parlour in April.

Officers had allegedly parked the car in the street in an attempt to prevent drive-by shootings sparked by an ongoing feud between the Nomads and Hells Angels.

Monday's fire is being treated as suspicious.



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