Drive-by shooting at Regents Park | 7NEWS

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Regents Park: Police are investigating a drive-by shooting that occurred on Nottinghill Road last night.

Multiple bullet holes in a house and a vehicle parked on the front lawn were found by police when they arrived soon after 9:30pm. Police say the occupants are well known to police, and are not co-operating with their investigation.

The four people in the house at the time, including a two-year-old boy, were not injured in the incident.

A short time later, a burnt-out vehicle was found in nearby Smith Street, which has been seized for forensic examination.

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