Updated:People living in a row of town houses on Mount Albion road near the Red Hill Valley Parkway received a rude awakening late last night as shots rang out hitting one of the homes.Just before midnight police say gun shots were fired into a unit. The window was still intact this afternoon with at least eight bullet holes shot through it. Several people were inside at the time and weren’t hurt. Initial police reports say the shooters were in a vehicle at the time of the shooting but it appears that it would be difficult to fit any car down the grassy path. While police are still searching for the motive, residents have a clear idea.We heard from three people who live in the town house complex who say that they aren’t surprised in the slightest that this unit was targeted. They say the man living here has caused a lot of issues over the last two years. They even started a petition to get him out of the neighbourhood.Police say their detectives are canvassing the area and looking for security footage in order to locate those involved with the shooting.
Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. “We just heard gunshots inside Parliament,” he can be heard saying. “It looked like they are taking her away.”To reach the Prime Minister, the attacker would have had to evade the armed officers who patrol the Parliament complex in pairs, as well as Parliament’s own security staff, who don’t carry guns. “Get in the car,” someone shouts as she is steered towards the silver Jaguar by aides after appearing to momentarily lose her bearings.The person who took the video, whose voice has been distorted to protect their identity, saw Mrs May and her undercover police detail near the area of Parliament where ministerial cars are parked. A newly emerged video shows Prime Minister Theresa May being ushered into a silver Jaguar car as what sounded like gunfire rang out at Parliament during Wednesday’s terror attack in Westminster.Mrs May was among MPs near the Commons at the time of the attack, and was quickly ushered away by security officers and driven back to Downing Street.The footage, obtained by The Sun, shows the Prime Minister emerging from the building and walking towards her car.