Police have revealed the identity of a man allegedly involved in the shooting of another man with links to the Comanchero outlaw motorcycle gang at Arthurs Seat in the Mornington Peninsula last month.
William Charles Thomason, 29, who was allegedly involved in the incident where the man was shot in the upper body, is still at large and possibly armed.
Police are urging members of the public to stay away from Thomason and contact police instead.
Investigators from the Armed Crime Taskforce believe the shooting is linked to an earlier report of a verbal altercation and gun shots in the area.
The victim turned up at the Royal Melbourne Hospital with a gun shot wound to his upper body about 2.45pm on Sunday, September 29.
The man, who discharged himself from the hospital a short while later, has not been co-operating with police.
Thomason is believed to be travelling in a dark blue Holden Statesman, and was last seen in the Glenroy area several days ago.
Anyone with information about Thomson or his whereabouts is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.