A teenager has been rushed to hospital after being shot on a suburban street.
The 17-year-old boy was reportedly shot in South Granville, western Sydney, at about 1.40pm on Sunday afternoon.
Emergency services were called to Clyde Street following reports that shots had been fired and the 17-year-old was rushed to Auburn Hospital.
A 17-year-old boy was shot on Clyde Street (pictured above) in South Granville, western Sydney, on Sunday afternoon and rushed to hospital with a gunshot wound to the shoulder
Emergency Services responded to reports shots had been fired at 1.40pm (file image pictured)
He suffered a gunshot wound to the shoulder and was transferred to Westmead Hospital.
The 17-year-old is understood to be in a stable condition.
Officers from Cumberland Police Area Command have established a crime scene on Clyde Street.
An investigation surrounding the circumstances of the shooting is ongoing.
NSW Police have urged anyone with information about the incident to contact Crime Stoppers.
The attack comes after a series of shootings across Sydney’s west.
Bikie-turned-rapper John ‘Big Kash’ Lavulo, 33, was shot in the arm driving out of his apartment block at Warwick Farm on August 8.
Police in September arrested fellow rapper Thomas ‘Masi Rooc’ Vandermade, 29, after a month long manhunt.
The 17-year old was taken to Westmead Hospital (pictured above) and is in a stable condition
The shooting is the latest in a spate of gun attack across Sydney. John ‘Big Kash’ Lavulo (pictured) was shot in the arm driving out of his apartment block at Warwick Farm on August 8
Another 22-year-old man was arrested in relation to the shooting on Tuesday.
Samer Marcus, 45, a senior member of notorious Assyrian gang DLASTHR, was shot in the head from close range in his home at Denham Court on Friday, November 6.
The recent attack is the second time the DLASTHR (The Last Hour) member has been shot this year.
In June the gangster was shot in the face after a confrontation with another man.
Marcus’ shooting came at a time of heightened concern over gang behaviour in the western suburbs of Sydney.
The shooting death of Mejid Hamzy has sparked fears of a gangland war in Sydney’s west, where Middle Eastern crime gangs have long run rampant.
Hamzy, 44, was gunned down in the driveway of his home at Condell Park at 7.30am on Monday, October 17 by two balaclava-clad gunmen.
Police believe he may have been responsible for several assassinations including the 2016 death of Hamad ‘The Executioner’ Assaad, and that his murder is definitely part of a gang-related attack.
Samer Marcus (pictured), senior member of the notorious Assyrian gang DLASTHR, is unlikely to ever walk again after being shot in an attempted assassination in early November