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Shock moment shooting breaks out outside Taylor Swift’s $18M NYC townhouse after dramatic robbery

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A SHOOTING broke out outside of Taylor Swift's $18million New York City townhouse after a dramatic robbery.

The robbery took place at a sneaker store in Manhattan that is next door to the singer's home.

Four shots were fired at around 5pm on Sunday evening, but nobody was hurt, according to police.

Officials added that three suspects fled the scene - two of which were wearing blue jeans and white T-shirts, with the other in blue jeans and a blue T-shirt.

A witness told the New York Post that people ran from the scene who "look[ed] scared and jumped into a car."

This was allegedly the second shootout in the Tribeca block in just one month, a local resident told the outlet.

"It's really concerning to see two gun-related crimes happen at the same place within a month," the person told the Post.

"It's a family neighborhood, and I choose safety over access to fancy sneakers every time."

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