Gun shots have been fired into the front of Barolos Italian restaurant in the inner-Brisbane suburb of Toowong.

The incident occurred at about 2:00am today when the restaurant was closed.

Nobody was injured in the incident.

Forensic police were combing the scene this morning, with officers investigating reports that two people were seen fleeing the area shortly after the shots were fired.

It is not clear if any staff were in the restaurant at the time.

Police markers on steps to a restaurant
Police markers at the restaurant entrance.(ABC News: Anna Hartley)

The restaurant was formerly called Mariosarti.

In April 2017, then restaurant owner Daniel Milos was charged with cocaine trafficking after the venue was raided by Queensland police and the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission in the culmination of a 14-month investigation.

The Courier-Mail reported in April this year that Milos pleaded guilty to the charges.

It is not known whether this morning’s shooting has any connection to Milos.

A forensic officer in a jump suit near a bullet hole visible in a window
Police are investigating reports two people were seen running from the scene after the shooting.(ABC News: Anna Hartley)