Chester Hill shooting: Man injured after shots are fired at home

A man has been injured after shots were fired during an alleged home invasion at a western Sydney home.

Emergency services were called to Esme Ave in Chester Hill about 4.40pm on Thursday following reports of shots fired.

It is alleged four people forced their way into the home carrying guns, knives and a baseball bat, Nine reports.

Officers found a 48-year-old man suffering from minor injuries.

He was treated by paramedics at the scene.

A woman in her 40s suffering from head and back injuries believed to be related to the shooting incident was also treated by paramedics.

She was taken to Bankstown Hospital in a stable condition.

No arrests have been made and police are looking for a “number of people” believed to be behind the attack.

Police cars were seen lining the suburban street, which is still considered an active crime scene, with officers interviewing neighbours and those who witnessed the incident.

Investigations are continuing into the circumstances surrounding the incident.

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