Police are investigating a drive-by shooting on the Gold Coast after shots were fired into a local police beat, where officers were living.
Two officers were asleep inside the Arundel police beat when it was hit by multiple bullets around 3.45am this morning.
Police confirmed at least two shots were fired from a passing sedan, believed to be light in colour.
One of the rounds hit the front door of the station while a second bullet hit a patrol car in the driveway.
"Concerningly there was people inside the beat at the time, an officer was inside the beat and heard a noise," detective inspector Chris Ahern said.
"Came out a short time later to discover the damage that occurred."
Police confirmed no one was injured during the incident but an officer was inside the home with his family at the time.
"It is an extremely concerning situation that we have projectiles fired into the front of an establishment like that with an officer and his family present," Ahern said.
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Neighbour Ivan Choo said the shooting sounded like firecrackers in the street.
"People don't expect it... it is crazy when you think about it, not much you can do though," he said.
"Nobody expects it, especially in your own neighbourhood."
Forensics crews are collecting evidence as police search for the vehicle involved.
Those who may have witnessed anything or have dashcam footage are asked to contact police.