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The victim of a drive-by shooting in Adelaide has vowed to take revenge, claiming he knows who is behind the attack.

Five people, including a six-year-old girl, were inside the Enfield home when it was sprayed with bullets.

Witnesses say a number of shots were fired at the Friar St house at Enfield at about 11.40pm yesterday.

While a witness earlier said they saw a white Subaru Liberty drive past the house at the time of the shooting, police now say that information is not accurate.

Victim Roko Rasimoglou told 7News there were five people in the house at the time of the attack, which happened as they were getting ready for bed.

“…heard about 5 or 6 pops, come out and thought it was eggshells, until my neighbours said ‘actually someone was hanging out the car with a gun, they shot your house’,” he told 7News.

He said his 86-year-old grandpa was in the front bedroom.

“You just missed my grandpa by two inches mate, not very happy,” Mr Rasimoglou said.

The 22-year-old who is on home detention on serious charges, had this message for his attackers.

“We’re gunna turn every rock until we find you mate,” he said.

“You know I know, you know I know you know, its f****** you.”

Bullets also hit bricks on the front of the home and a car parked out the front of the property.

Police believe the shooting is the result of a dispute between the victim and a former colleague, but say the victim is being uncooperative and police enquiries are continuing.

It is the third shooting at Enfield in as many weeks.

A fortnight ago a man was shot in the leg outside his Tauton Ave home and two days before that a house on Learmonth Tce was sprayed with bullets.

Police have asked anyone who heard the shots, saw the suspect vehicle or has any information that may assist to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at www.sa.crimestoppers.com.au.

In an unrelated incident, police believe a shooting at Seacliff Park, in Adelaide's south, it not a random attack.

They say a shotgun was fired into the roller door of a home on Ocean Boulevard at about 4am.