Gunman Still At Large After Shooting At House In Melbourne
Police are currently searching for a man and a group of accomplices after shots were fired at a house in Ferntree Gully yesterday afternoon.
The shooting occurred in Ross Street in Melbourne's east at around 2:45pm. No injuries have been reported however, it is believed that a teenager was threatened.
Police have said that there is a great deal of mystery surrounding the incident but they believe that the victim was a 17-year-old boy and that the shooting occurred at his mother's rented house.
The landlord of the house, Neil Thompson, spoke to 9NEWS saying that there had never been an incident like this before.
"They've been here for six months and they pay the rent and they're good tenants. [I] don't know what's happened now and I'm anticipating that they're still good tenants," he said.
Police originally thought that the gunman only shot into the air but a witness has said that they arrived on Ross Street at around 4:30pm and noticed a car splattered in blood.
However, police have not been able to officially confirm any injuries as the victim has also been missing since the incident was reported.
Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.