A man was taken to hospital after being shot in the arm outside a home in Tuggeranong in what police say was a targeted gang-related attack.
The shooting happened outside a Gordon home about 8.50pm on Monday.
ACT police say the man parked his car outside a home on the Gordon street before he was approached by offenders in two vehicles.
The man was shot in his left bicep by an offender in one of the vehicles, a silver-coloured car.
The victim, who is known to police, was taken to Canberra Hospital and was treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
Police would not say if a silver car, found burnt out near the area, was linked to the shooting.
ACT police's bikie taskforce, Taskforce Nemesis, is investigating the incident.
Detective Superintendent Scott Moller said a crime scene had been set up at the home.
"We're still looking at all links. The investigation is only in its infancy and we're still processing the crime scene and there's a number of leads we're looking into," he said.
"At this stage it's pointing to a targeted attack, and we believe it's criminal gang related."
Police believe just the one bullet was fired during the incident.
It's not known what criminal gangs are behind the shooting.
"We work hard to combat criminal gang activity, and this happens to be one that finds its way into the public domain," Detective Superintendent Moller said.
"Tasakforce Nemesis works on all gang-related activity."
Multiple witnesses have been spoken to by officers, but ACT police have appealed for anyone who was in the area at the time or who has information to come forward.
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