Police in Melbourne have come up empty-handed after two days of searching an inner-city lake for key evidence linked to the unsolved shooting of a Bandidos bikie gang member. Officers in scuba gear swam through the murky waters of Moonee Ponds Creek in Kensington on Tuesday, hoping to locate two handguns, clothing and other evidence in the near-fatal shooting of enforcer Toby Mitchell. The 37-year-old was shot several times in the hip and back at a shopping centre carpark near the Bandidos clubhouse in November 2011, but survived after weeks in hospital. Police ended the second day of searching with no new evidence, but plan to conduct more searches in the coming days. Officers have already searched a lake near a burnt-out stolen car believed to have been used in the shooting.