Children lucky alive after vehicle shot at

A MAN and two children are lucky to be alive after they were fired upon in a daylight attack on a Revesby street earlier this year.
It was the second attack in a week with a home at Arncliffe peppered with bullets while the occupants, including two children, aged two and three, were inside sleeping.
Police believe the incidents are linked with the white Mercedes used in the Arncliffe shooting wrapped in a black covering before the Revesby attack.
Criminal Groups Squad Commander Detective Superintendent Rob Critchlow says the shootings are disturbing especially because young lives were put at risk.
He described the offenders as brazen, aggressive and reckless.
“Luckily we are not investigating homicides and homicides of children,” he said.
“They have no regard for public safety.”
Just before 2am on Friday, December 27, police were called to Wollongong Road, Arncliffe, after shots were fired at a home.
In the second incident, about 10.15am on Saturday, January 4, a silver Mercedes AMG approached the intersection of Daisy and Gordon Parker streets, Revesby, when a black matte Mercedes Benz reversed and struck the AMG.

The driver exited and fired a number of shots towards the AMG, which drove away.
The occupants of the AMG – a 38-year-old man and two children, aged seven and nine – were not injured.
Investigators are appealing to the community for information to locate the Mercedes and identify the occupants who were wearing all black clothing.
In particular, they’re interested in speaking with anyone who may have noticed the vehicle or the occupants in the area around the time of the shootings. The driver is described as being of Mediterranean/Middle Eastern appearance, with a beard.
Police also want to speak to the driver of white Honda Civic that was in the area at the time.