Drive-by shooting in Sydney in what police suspect was ‘tit for tat’ attack | ABC News

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Police have rejected suggestions they’re not making any headway in curbing Sydney’s escalating gun violence. Overnight, another Sydney home, in Leppington, was the target of a drive-by shooting.

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