Drive-By Shooting Near Adelaide CBD Leaves Two Unharmed

Two people have narrowly escaped injury in a drive-by shooting near Adelaide’s CBD.

The drive-by shooting occurred just after 8am on Monday at an underground car park on Greenhill Road in Wayville.

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According to reports, a man and a woman were targeted by occupants of a dark-coloured sedan.

Police rushed to the crime scene , and confirmed that no injuries were sustained in the incident.

Meanwhile, in North Adelaide, Ammos Greek Bistro on O’Connell Street fell victim to a suspected arson attack in the early hours of Monday. 

Passers-by alerted emergency services at 3:10am upon witnessing flames and smoke emerging from the restaurant. 

The Metropolitan Fire Service managed to extinguish the blaze within 15 minutes.

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Despite the swift response, the estimated cost of damages is around $100,000.

Witnesses reported hearing breaking glass, and two hooded figures were seen fleeing the scene in a silver hatchback, heading east on Ward Street. 

Fortunately, no injuries were reported. 

The restaurant’s management expressed shock and disappointment on social media.

“While the kitchen remains unaffected, there is significant cosmetic damage that will take a few weeks to repair,” they said. 

As investigations into both incidents are underway, Adelaide authorities are calling on the public to provide any relevant information that could aid in solving these incidents. 

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