Police are searching for the vehicle involved.
Police are searching for the vehicle involved. Cade Mooney

SAFETY ALERT: Reports shot fired from window of ute

UPDATE 2PM SATURDAY: POLICE have not charged anyone in relation to an alleged shooting from a ute in Andergrove yesterday.

Police spent yesterday morning actively patrolling the suburb and surrounding areas after reports of a back ute driving "erratically" down Bedford Road before a passenger shot a firearm down the road.

Nobody was injured during the incident.

Today, a police spokesman confirmed an investigation was ongoing and no one has been charged in relation to the incident.

He said police were still working to verify if any shots were fired.

"It hasn't been confirmed that a shot has been fired," he said.

Police are calling for witnesses to contact police by phoning Policelink on 13 14 44 or to provide information using the online form 24 hours a day.

You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers, by phoning 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24 hours a day.

UPDATE 10.50AM FRIDAY: POLICE are actively patrolling the Andergrove area on the lookout for a car after a firearm was allegedly discharged out of the window of a vehicle about 9am.  

A police media spokesperson said a person reported the black ute was driving "erratically" down Bedford Road before a passenger shot a firearm down the road. 

The Mitsubishi Triton does not have a tray and has red writing on the side which says 'red hot'. Police believe the car's plates, which read  555 SMM are false. 

It is understood a man and a woman are in the car. 

Nobody was injured during the incident. 

Earlier this morning the same vehicle was involved in a road rage incident where it tried to ram vehicle off the road about 3am. 

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INITIAL: A MANHUNT is under way after shots were allegedly fired out of the window of a vehicle in Andergrove this morning.

Reports suggest police are searching for two people and the vehicle involved following the incident around 9am.

It is understood the vehicle was involved in another incident earlier in the morning however the details are at this stage unknown.



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