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It has sparked renewed fears of gang violence in the area as gunfire rang out just before 10pm, with bullets hitting a house and parked car in Leppington.
A white van was seen driving away.
Three people, including two men and a woman, were inside the home at the time.
Neighbours have been left shocked as the suburban street is home to families and there is a preschool on the corner.
“Being in a neighbourhood with two kids and these things happen it’s literally terrifying,” a resident told 9News.
“Bit scared because it’s a bit unnerving that it has happened twice to the same house in such a short time,” another resident said.
It’s the fourth public place shooting in the city’s south-west in three weeks.
Task Force Erebus, set up by NSW Police to tackle gang violence in Sydney, will investigate the scene following a busy day yesterday.
Officers with the task force carried out seven arrests and seized drugs and guns as well.