Victoria Police have searched a Kangaroo Flat property in relation to a shooting that happened at the weekend.
A police spokesperson confirmed investigators had executed a warrant at a property in Phillis Street on Monday evening in relation to the shooting incident.
The property was searched but no one was arrested.
No one has been charged in relation to the incident which occurred at about 9.50am on Saturday near the intersection of Station Street and Olympic Parade in Kangaroo Flat.
No one was injured in the shooting.
POLICE are searching for two people after a shooting at a house in Kangaroo Flat on Saturday morning.
Bendigo Sergeant Pete Carey said police believed a male had fired two shots at a person inside a front room of a Station Street home, before running round the corner, getting in a vehicle and driving away.
No one was injured in the shooting, which took place about 9.50am.
A police helicopter was searching for two persons of interest about noon on Saturday.
Police tape cordoned off several houses on Station Street this morning, stretching around the corner to Olympic Parade.
Sergeant Carey said police were looking for a specific person of interest about the shooting.
He said at least two people were involved - a shooter and a driver - but police did not know if there were more people in the vehicle.
Sergeant Carey said police believed the parties involved were known to each other.
He said there was no ongoing risk to the public after the incident.
Sergeant Carey said a ballistics unit was coming up to review the crime scene.
Anyone with information about the incident can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or the Bendigo Crime Investigation Unit on 5448 1300.
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