Shots have been fired into a home in Sydney's west, just hours after NSW police announced a crackdown on gun violence.
Police were called to a house on Stella Street, in Fairfield Heights just after 10.15pm on Wednesday after reports several shots were fired into a home.
No one was injured during the incident and police believe the shooting was targeted.
It's the 29th shooting in Sydney in just over a month and police believe many of the shootings relate to outlaw motorcycle gang conflicts.
Acting Assistant Commissioner Peter McKenna said it wasn't acceptable under any circumstances.
"It doesn't matter who is involved in these shootings - it's not acceptable and we will come down on them," he said on Wednesday.
Assistant Commissioner Stuart Smith said the shootings were a result of individual conflicts, and could relate to low-level drug dealing which has been made harder given the border closures.
"We have seen COVID-19 putting some pressure in terms of the ability of organised crime to move illicit prohibited drugs into the state," Mr Smith told reporters.
"There is some indication it's reflecting a higher than average price for drugs which is possible that some of this low-level stuff is a conflict occurring around the payment of drugs."