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Melbourne shooting: Shots fired at Frankston home as baby and three adults sleep inside

  • Shooting unfolded in Frankston in the city’s south-east at about 5am, Thursday
  • Police found a bullet hole through a window of home and a car outside ablaze
  • Detectives also reportedly found several bullet casings outside the property  

At least one gunman is on the run after a Melbourne home was shot up as a one-week-old baby and three adults slept inside.

The terrifying drive-by shooting unfolded in Frankston in the city’s south-east at about 5am on Thursday.  

Police found a bullet hole through a window of the home, while a vehicle outside had been set on fire.

At least one gunman is on the run after a Melbourne home was shot up as a one-week-old baby and three adults slept inside. Police are pictured at the scene

Shots were fired at the home in Frankston in Melbourne's south-east on Thursday morning

Shots were fired at the home in Frankston in Melbourne’s south-east on Thursday morning

Detectives also reportedly found five bullet casings near the home and another burnt out car about 4km away.

Officers are investigating if the two incidents may be linked. No one inside the home was injured. 

More to come.   

No one inside the home was injured. Police are pictured at the scene on Thursday morning 

No one inside the home was injured. Police are pictured at the scene on Thursday morning 

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