A man has been charged after two gunshots were allegedly fired in Massey, west Auckland on Saturday night.
A police spokesperson confirmed on Sunday afternoon the 38-year-old has been charged with threatening to kill and "a number" of firearms offences.
Officers were initially called to an address on West Coast Rd at 10:44pm on Saturday following reports of an altercation. One person was said to be in a possession of a firearm and two shots were allegedly fired into the air.
No injuries were reported, police confirmed.
A vehicle believed to be involved in the altercation was spotted by the Eagle helicopter shortly after 4am and tracked to an address on Don Buck Rd.
There is no ongoing risk to the community, a police spokesperson says, and they thanked the public for their patience and cooperation while the incident was dealt with.
Additionally, a 34-year-old man who was being sought by police was also found during this incident and taken into custody. He was charged with aggravated robbery, following a robbery at The Beekeepers Wife restaurant on the Coatesville-Riverhead Highway in Riverhead on January 31.
Both men are due to appear in Waitakere District Court on Monday.
Police added they're continuing to investigate both incidents.