Residents in Narromine should remain calm following a shooting attack last Thursday, according to NSW Police Force.
Acting Crime Manager, Inspector Jason Pietruszka, said although there have not been any arrests in relation to the incident, the police firmly believe it was a targeted attack.
Last Wednesday night, around 8.20pm Orana Local Area Command officers were called to Murgah Street in Narromine after a report of shots fired.
Officers were told that two unknown males knocked on the front door of the premises and briefly spoke to the occupant.
“Both men then left the premises and shortly after a number of shots were fired at the house, a car was heard to drive away at speed,” a spokesperson from police media said.
“No-one was injured during the incident. A crime scene was established and a number of items were taken for forensic examination.”
Inspector Pietruska said the police would like to speak to anyone involved or who witnessed the incident.
“We’re still looking at the motive, we’re looking at everything,” he said.
There is no reason to be alarmed, we don't believe people are driving around town shooting it up.
“If anyone knows anything please get in contact with us."
Police would like to speak with two men they believe can assist with inquiries.
The first man is described as 20 – 25 years old, Caucasian, thin build, black hair in a mullet style, unshaven and wearing a black baseball cap and orange hi-visibility long sleeve shirt.
The second man is described as having a medium build and wearing an orange hi-visibility long sleeve shirt.
Inspector Pietruszka said the police will inform the community when arrests are made in relation to the shooting.
Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact Dubbo Police 6883 1599 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or to use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au/ Information is treated with confidence.