UPDATE: Bullet found as police hunt down suburban shooter

UPDATE NOON: IPSWICH detectives have recovered a round from inside a vehicle targeted in a shooting.

A gold-coloured Holden Commodore was left with a shattered windscreen following the incident at a home on Falvey Cres, Goodna, about 7.20am Monday.

Another round was also fired through a garage door at the suburban home.

Ipswich CIB Detective Senior Sergeant Heath McQueen said police were still trying to narrow down a motive for the early morning attack.

Also yet to be ascertained are the type of vehicle the offenders used in the shooting, and the type of weapon.

It is not known if the shots were fired from a vehicle or if the offenders were on foot, however it is understood that a car was involved.

Nobody was injured in the shooting.

Police conducted extensive door knocking in the area following the shooting, in search of witnesses.

The QT also spoke to several neighbours who said they did not hear the shots.


MONDAY: Police are investigating a shooting incident at a suburban Ipswich home this morning.

Several shots were fired outside a house on Falvey Cres, Goodna, about 7.20am.

One of the shots shattered the windscreen of a gold coloured Holden Commodore that was parked in the driveway, while another pierced the garage door.

Fortunately, the occupants of the home were not harmed.

Police are not sure at this stage if the shooter was on foot or in a vehicle, although they have confirmed that a vehicle was involved in the offence.

Police are door knocking houses in the quiet suburban street.

Detectives from the Ipswich CIB are also on scene.


EARLIER: Police are on the scene of an apparent shooting at an Ipswich home this morning.

Several shots are believed to have been fired into a car and garage of a house on Falvey Cres, Goodna, about 8.20am.

There are no reports of injuries.

Investigations are underway.

More to come.

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