Cambridge Gardens alleged shooting sparked after boyfriend catches partner with her ex | 7NEWS

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Cambridge Gardens: Shotgun pellets went flying last night in what police say was a bloody end to a love triangle in Sydney’s west. A woman’s ex-boyfriend turned up at a home near Penrith and that is when it is alleged her current partner pulled out a gun. More:

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