Police are investigating after the incident on Mirage Place in Beach Haven. (Generic photo)
A house on Auckland’s North Shore has been shot at early on Saturday morning.
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Police received reports that a house in Beach Haven had been shot at about 5.30am on Saturday, Waitematā district commander superintendent Naila Hassan said.
Enquiries are ongoing at the Mirage Place cul-de-sac, where there are about nine properties.
“No injuries have been reported at this stage,” Hassan said.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 105, quoting event number P050800832.
Information can also be provided anonymously via Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111.
The incident follows a spate of shooting across the region in recent days, including in Papakura on Friday afternoon, which left a person critically injured.
There have been more than 20 reported shootings across Auckland since the start of the year. They are not concentrated to any one part of the region.
Some shootings have taken place in suburban streets, while others have been in the inner city at clubs and restaurants.
There were seven gang-related shootings in one night on May 24, including at homes with children. There were no injuries, however police labelled the behaviour disgusting.