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Mother-of-four dies after being shot in the stomach in a suburban home 

A young mother has died after being shot in the stomach in a suburban home.

Emergency crews arrived at the Conrad Court home in Geelong, south-west of Melbourne, at 9.20pm on Wednesday, where a woman was found with a gunshot wound.

Emily Miller, 31, was rushed to hospital but later died as a result of her injuries.

Emily Miller, 30, has died in hospital after she was shot in the stomach in a home in Geelong, south-west of Melbourne

A mother has died after being shot in the stomach in a suburban home on Wednesday around 9.20pm

Friends have paid tribute to the mother-of-four on social media.

‘I love you Emily Miller you are the bestest friend I could of ever of had,’ one friend said.

‘Rest in peace Emily Miller. Gone way to soon. We had some good times girl. Your beautiful children will be taken care of, I promise you that. Until we meet again fly high my friend,’ another friend said.

‘My heart aches for her children,’ a family member told the Daily Mail. 

Friend Bliss Tannenberg said everyone was in shock over Ms Miller’s death.

An 18-month-old was asleep in another room at the time of the shooting, 7News reported. 

Police were still searching for the gun used in the incident on Thursday.

A man in his 20s, who was at the home at the time of the incident and is believed to be Ms Miller’s partner, is in police custody. No charges have been laid.

Friends have paid tribute to  mother-of-four Emily Miller (pictured) on social media. 'Rest in peace Emily Miller. Gone way to soon,' one friend said

Friends have paid tribute to mother-of-four Emily Miller (pictured) on social media. ‘Rest in peace Emily Miller. Gone way to soon,’ one friend said

Emergency crews arrived at the Conrad Court home in Geelong, south-west of Melbourne , at 9.20pm, where a woman, 30, was found with a gunshot wound

A neighbour told the Geelong Advertiser the woman had moved into the home with young children about a month ago. 

Children’s play equipment can be seen at the front of the house. 

Homicide squad detectives were at scene early Thursday morning and the investigation is ongoing. 

Any witnesses or anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential report online at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au. 

Homicide squad detectives were at scene early Thursday morning and the investigation is ongoing

Homicide squad detectives were at scene early Thursday morning and the investigation is ongoing

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