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Police are still searching for the gunmen who shot one man dead and seriously injured another in Sydney's southwest yesterday.
Police found the dead man's body at the back of a house in Lumeah Avenue at Punchbowl after receiving reports of multiple shots around 4.10 pm (AEST).
Another man was found at the front of the home with at least five gunshot wounds and was rushed to St George Hospital.
The man, who remains in a serious but stable condition, reportedly suffered gunshot wounds to the back of his legs, hands and the back of his head.
Both men were shot inside the home, which was being renovated.
A woman who arrived on the scene told AAP she owned the property where the shootings took place.
She declined to comment other than to say the victims were "family friends".
It is believed the men, both aged in their 30s, were of Middle Eastern appearance and not known to police.
A manhunt for at least two suspects is continuing after the dog squad and police helicopter scoured the area shortly after the incident.
"We will be seeking further persons who are believed to have left the premises shortly after the shooting," Superintendent Michael McLean told reporters at the scene.
Police have established three crime scenes: where the shooting took place in Lumeah Avenue; in Christian Road where the incident may have spilled into; and in nearby Werona Ave where at least two spent shell casings were found on a nature strip.