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An investigation is ongoing following a firearms incident in Langwith

Posted on 3rd October 2018

Officers were called to Bassett Hill in Upper Langwith just before 10pm last night (Tuesday, October 2).

It was reported that gun shots were fired at a house. No one was injured. 

A Landrover was found burnt out a short while later on Station Road which is thought to be linked to this incident.

Detective Inspector Claudia Musson said: "We believe that this was a targeted attack and we would like to speak to anyone who has any information that would assist us with our enquiries.

"If you saw a Landrover in the Langwith area between 9.30pm and 10.30pm please contact us using the methods below.

“We would also welcome dash cam footage from anyone who was driving between Upper Langwith and Langwith Junction between 9.30pm and 10.30pm, especially if they were driving in the Station Road area.”

Please quote incident number 1504 of October 2, in any correspondence.

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