Police appeal for public assistance after shots were fired into Bexley house

The driver of the black Commodore fires shots into the house at Bexley. Picture: NSW Police
The driver of the black Commodore fires shots into the house at Bexley. Picture: NSW Police

Police have released CCTV and appealed for public assistance after bullets were fired into a house at Bexley earlier this year.

One of the men is seen firing the shots before fleeing the scene with another man in a black Holden Commodore.

The driver was wearing a white hooded jumper and the front passenger a black hooded jumper.

The shooting occurred in Kingsland Road just before 6am on Monday, January 13.

The men flee the scene in a black Commodore. Picture: NSW Police

The men flee the scene in a black Commodore. Picture: NSW Police

Police were told the residents of the house were awakened by loud bang noises, following by a car driving off.

Two bullet holes were found in the front of the house and the two adult occupants were uninjured.

Detectives formed Strike Force Barlyn to investigate.

Anyone with information is asked to to contact Kogarah detectives on (02) 8566 7499 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.