Police are appealing for anyone who has information or dash cam footage about a drive-by shooting at a home in Nowra on Friday to come forward.
An investigation into the the "brazen attack" is following a number of lines of inquiry, South Coast Police Crime Manager, Detective Inspector Scott Nelson, said.
Police were called to the home in Bunderra Drive around 6.30am to reports of shots being fired at the property.
A number of shots were fired from a rifle from a dark-coloured SUV into the house from nearby Mackay Street, with at least two hitting the property, one narrowly missing a man who was inside the house at the time.
"There were three people, a man, woman and a young child inside the house at the time and thankfully they were all uninjured," Det Insp. Nelson said.
"The woman and child were in another part of the house.
"It was a pretty brazen attack."
Police have again issued a plea for anyone who may have any information about the incident or may have been in the area at the time or may have camera footage or dashcam footage to come forward.
"We have received a number of pieces of information from the public and we thank everyone for that information," Det Insp. Nelson said.
"And we are following up on that.
"But if you have any information at all please come forward."
The house is used as crisis accommodation and also as an Airbnb, with tenants coming and going constantly, with police saying one line of inquiry being the shooting "could have been a case of mistaken identity".
Police said the alleged shooter was a male of Cauasion appearance, with a skinny build and at the time was wearing a high-vis yellow shirt. Initially it was reported two men were in the black coloured SUV.
Anyone with any information or any footage is urged to contact Nowra Police Station on 4421 9699 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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