POLICE are hunting for a shooter after two Drumchapel homes were targeted in a late-night attack.

Officers raced to Drummore Road at around 11pm on Friday to find two houses with damaged front windows after the incident.

It is thought that one of the houses was the intended target, with the other being hit either by accident or mistake.

While there were people in both homes at the time, no one was injured.

Police are now searching for the perpetrator and asking any witnesses to step forward.

Detective Inspector Lynsey Watters, Greater Glasgow CID, said: “Thankfully no one has been injured as a result of this shooting but there were people in both homes at the time and this could have had a very different outcome if someone had been hit by either the bullet or by the smashed glass from the window.

“We believe, from our investigation so far, that one of the homes was the intended target of the shooter; the other possibly a mistake or accidental. However, it doesn’t matter whether intended or not, to discharge a firearm so recklessly is shocking.

“Officers are in the area at the moment looking at CCTV, both private and public, as well as carrying out door to door enquiries. We know that there was a man seen standing outside one of the houses at the time of the attack and that a white hatchback car was also in the road at the time. It made off along Drummore Road towards Peel Glen Road afterwards.

“There were people in the street when this all took place and the area is quite residential so I have no doubt that someone would have either seen or heard this happen."

Anyone with any information or who witnessed the incident is asked to contact Drumchapel Police Office via 101.

Please quote reference number 0190 of the 1 June 2019 when calling. Alternatively, details can be given in confidence to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”