An investigation is underway after gunshots were fired in what police believe to have been a “targeted attack.”

The suspected shots were fired at a business on Kingsway, Manchester, at around 10.55pm on Sunday night.

A man, described as being “tall and slim”, is said to have gone into the building and fired twice before getting away on a pedal bike.

Superintendent Paul Walker of Greater Manchester Police said: "Firstly, I want to reassure the local community that we believe this incident to be a targeted attack and there is no risk to the wider public.

"Thankfully no injuries were reported and we are following up a number of lines of inquiry to trace and arrest the person responsible.

"We have increased the number of patrol officers around the local area and if you have any concerns I would urge you to speak to them as they are on hand to help and reassure you.

"We are now appealing to members of the public who might have witnessed something or might have information that could aid our investigation to please come forwards and share it with us."

No injuries have been reported and no arrests have yet been made but an investigation is still underway.

Anyone with any information can call police on 0161 856 6051 or 0161 856 6063 quoting log 3453 of April 30.

Alternatively, witnesses can call independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.