Police inquiry under way after shots fired at Clarkston house

The emergency services were sent to the scene at Dorian Drive and found no-one injured but extensive damage to the window. Picture: Google
The emergency services were sent to the scene at Dorian Drive and found no-one injured but extensive damage to the window. Picture: Google
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POLICE in East Renfrewshire have started an investigation after shots were fired at a home in an attack in the early hours.

Bullets were fired at a window of a house in Clarkston shortly after midnight on Thursday.

The emergency services were sent to the scene at Dorian Drive and found no-one injured but “extensive damage” to the window.

Police are appealing for witnesses.

A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “Police inquiries are ongoing after a firearm was discharged at a house in Clarkston at 12.05am.

“No-one was injured, however a window was extensively damaged.

“Any witnesses or anyone who may be able to assist police is asked to contact Pollok police office on 101.”

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