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Police were called to an address in Marshall Street, Smethwick at around 11.30pm on 23 August, after a report that shots were fired at a property.
Nobody was injured, but it is believed three shots were fired through a front door in what’s believed to be a targeted attack.
Forensic and house-to-house inquiries have been carried out to help establish who was behind it.
A silver or white Mercedes car was spotted leaving the area shortly afterwards.
"Fortunately no-one was hurt but this could have seriously injured or even killed the occupants.
"I believe that people in the area may have seen the vehicle or the incident and I am appealing to them to call me or one of the team."
Anyone who can offer any further details about the vehicle - or what happened - should call police on 101.
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Fire crews were called to the scene at 4.43am.
West Midlands Fire Service told ITV News six fire engines are currently tackling the blaze, which is in a three storey derelict building.
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