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Aimed shooting in Leppingan’s house causes fears of bandits

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It is feared that shots fired at a house in south-east Sydney at night are part of a growing current of gangster violence.

Shortly before 22:00 a series of shots were fired in front of Leppington’s house, hitting property and a car parked in front of the house.

Two men and a woman were in the house during the shooting.

Camera iconA house in Leppingan where shootings have taken place twice in the last year. 9 News Credit: Channel 9

This is the second time police have responded to gunshots in front of this particular house after a man was shot in the leg in December 2021.

Police will claim it was a targeted attack.

Witnesses saw a man leaving the scene.

The Erebus task force will investigate the crime scene.

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https://thewest.com.au/news/targeted-shooting-at-leppington-home-stirs-gangland-fears-c-6838566

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