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Sheryl Ann Hendy, 52, (photo) was shot once through the closed wooden front door of her unit in Morayfield, 44 km north of Brisbane, Wednesday evening at about 10 p.m.

PICTURED: Grandmother, 52, who was shot in the face after six villains stormed her house – while her granddaughter slept in the bedroom

  • A grandmother, 52, was shot in the face after six people stormed her house
  • Sheryl Ann Hendy was shot through her closed door on Wednesday evening
  • It is believed that her granddaughter slept at home
  • Police said grandmother may have been the victim of a wrong identity
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A grandmother was shot in the face after a gang of six criminals stormed her house on Wednesday night.

Sheryl Ann Hendy, 52, was shot once through the closed wooden front door of her unit in Morayfield, 44 km north of Brisbane, at about 10 p.m.

Police said they believed Mrs. Hendy was the victim of a false identity after the gang arrived in two vehicles at her home in Hargrave Street.

Sheryl Ann Hendy, 52, (photo) was shot once through the closed wooden front door of her unit in Morayfield, 44 km north of Brisbane, Wednesday evening at about 10 p.m.

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Sheryl Ann Hendy, 52, (photo) was shot once through the closed wooden front door of her unit in Morayfield, 44 km north of Brisbane, Wednesday evening at about 10 p.m.

Police said they believed Mrs. Hendy was the victim of a false identity after the gang arrived at her home in two vehicles on Hargrave Street (photo pictured)

Police said they believed Mrs. Hendy was the victim of a false identity after the gang arrived at her home in two vehicles on Hargrave Street (photo pictured)

Police said they believed Mrs. Hendy was the victim of a false identity after the gang arrived at her home in two vehicles on Hargrave Street (photo pictured)

The woman's granddaughter was supposed to sleep in at the time, The courier mail reported.

Mrs. Hendy & # 39; s neighbor said he had found the woman on the floor of her house.

& # 39; It has kept me busy this morning, & # 39; he said.

& # 39; I found her. She was responsive, but in and out. & # 39;

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Another neighbor, who said he was awakened by the sound of gunshots, said that people often came in and left the house.

She was taken to Royal Brisbane and Women & # 39; s Hospital with non-life-threatening facial wounds, Queensland police said.

A spokesperson for the hospital said she was now in intensive care.

The police have declared a crime scene at the address.

Detectives are attractive to witnesses or people with dashcam vision on Morayfield Road, Graham Road or Hargrave Street between 9.45 pm and 10.30 pm to contact the police.

It was believed that the woman's granddaughter was sleeping in the house at the time (pictured behind the police tape)
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It was believed that the woman's granddaughter was sleeping in the house at the time (pictured behind the police tape)

It was believed that the woman's granddaughter was sleeping in the house at the time (pictured behind the police tape)

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