Gunman on the run after teenager shot in Sydney's west

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A gunman remains on the run after a teenager was wounded in a brazen daylight shooting on a suburban street in Sydney's west.
Emergency services were called to Clyde Street in South Granville about 1.40pm today after reports of shots being fired.
A 17-year-old boy was rushed to Westmead Hospital with two gunshot wounds to his chest.
The burned out Audi is suspected of being linked to the shooting.
The burned out Audi is suspected of being linked to the shooting. (Nine)
"We don't believe it's bikie related," NSW Police Chief Inspector Adam Phillips told reporters.
"But it certainly has the hallmarks of being an organised crime involvement.
"The 17-year-old, regardless of what his involvement in crime is, shouldn't be the target of a shooting like this."
Police say the teenager is known to authorities and lives on Clyde Street with his family.
Police have established two crime scenes following the shooting.
One crime scene is in Clyde Street, which is scattered with up to 15 bullet casings.
The second crime scene has been set up in the nearby suburb of Chester Hill, where police found a burned-out Audi believed to be linked to the shooting.
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