A man has been charged over a shooting on the South Coast.
Police say a projectile was fired at a unit in Grenville Avenue, Tuross Head, shortly before 11pm on 25 March.
Two women in the unit at the time weren't injured.
A forensic exmaination of the property revealed a high-powered weapon had fired a round through the lounge room window and it continued through the roof.
Batemans Bay detectives raided a home in Jutland Avenue at Tuross Head.
During that search police located and seized a rifle, telescopic sight and ammunition.
A 46-year-old man was arrested at the scene and later taken to Moruya Hospital for treatment to unrelated injuries.
About 1pm on Thursday, the man was released from hospital where he was arrested.
He was later charged with seven firearm and domestic violence offences including fire firearm at dwelling house with reckless disregard.He was refused bail to appear at Batemans Bay Local Court on Friday.
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