Armed police were deployed to a Sheffield street after a gun was fired at a house in the middle of the day.
Officers were alerted to the shooting on Swanbourne Road, Parson Cross, at 1.20pm on Wednesday.
When officer arrived they discovered a gun had been fired at a property but nobody in the house or area at the time had been injured.
An 18-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of a firearms offence and released on bail pending further inquiries.
South Yorkshire Police said the shooting was a ‘targeted attack’.
A spokeswoman said: “Following reports that a firearm had been discharged at a property, significant police resources were directed to the area.
“Nobody was injured. Police believe this was a targeted attack.
“Police would like to thank the public for their co-operation.”
Meanwhile, officers are still investigating a shooting on Oxford Street, Upperthorpe, on Thursday afternoon.
They say a man was shot during an ‘altercation’ with another man.
One arrest has been made.
n Anyone with information about either shooting should contact police on 101