A Luton man has today been found guilty at Luton Crown Court of the murder of 19 year old Delaney Brown.
A 16-year-old boy is in a serious condition in hospital after being shot in the back in Luton, Bedfordshire.
Police in Luton have released CCTV pictures of two men they want to trace after an attempted robbery where a gunshot was fired.
Detectives investigating a shooting in Luton yesterday morning have arrested a man on suspicion of conspiracy to murder.
The Luton man, who's in his 20s, was arrested this afternoon following the incident in Dunstable Road at the junction of Leicester Road at 8am on Monday.
The suspect has also been arrested on suspicion on threats to kill, arson and criminal damage and will be questioned at Luton Police Station.
The victim, aged 27, suffered a serious injury to his leg and remains in hospital where his condition is described as serious but stable.
Two men have been arrested in connection with the attempted murder of a teenager in Luton.
The 16-year-old was shot in the back earlier this month in Thricknells Close on the Marsh Farm estate.
Two men, aged 18 and 24, were arrested at 6am this morning, from properties in Glaisdale and Cannon Lane.
The teenager remains in hospital and police say he has suffered life changing injuries.
Police are continuing to hunt a gunman following a shooting in Luton yesterday morning.
A man was shot in the leg following a rush-hour road crash in the town. It happened at around 8am at the junction of Dunstable Road and Leicester Road.
The victim, who is 27, is in a serious but stable condition in hospital. Police have described his injuries as "life changing" but not "life threatening".
This morning, Bedfordshire Police revised its description of the offender. He is described as a skinny, tall Asian man - around 6'0 tall. He was carrying a gun in a yellow plastic bag.
Bedfordshire Police says this incident is not connected to recent shootings in the town.
The daughter of an elderly woman from Luton who was left overnight on a minibus says she's angry that the driver was found not guilty of neglect.
88-year-old Joan Cook suffers from dementia and spent 14 hours in the bus at a depot after Luton Borough Council driver Susan McLaughlin forgot to take her back to her care home.
Now Mrs Cook's daughter wants a change in the law to make it easier to convict people of neglect.
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Police in Luton are investigating the tenth shooting in the town this year.
A 27-year-old man was shot in the leg following a rush-hour road crash. He's in a serious condition in hospital.
It happened on Monday morning at the junction of Dunstable Road and Leicester Road. Police say it appears the victim and gunman knew each other. They're not linking it to previous gun attacks elsewhere in Luton.
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The Luton MP is calling for tough sentences for those convicted of gun crime in the town. After the tenth shooting this year, Labour MP for Luton North Kelvin Hopkins described the situation as "very serious and very worrying."
Mr Hopkins says it's a minority of people involved in violence crime and the town is friendly and welcoming. He's called for anyone with information to secure convictions to come forward to help police.
Police are hunting a gunman after a man was shot in the leg following a rush-hour road crash in Luton.
It happened at 8 o'clock on Monday morning at the junction of Dunstable Road and Leicester Road.
Police say it appears the victim and gunman knew each other. The victim, who's 27, is in a serious condition in hospital.
Luton police say this incident is not connected to recent shootings in the town. The gunman is described as a "skinny, 6-foot-tall white man".
Superintendent David Boyle from Bedfordshire Police said the force would be diligent and resolute in their pursuit of those responsible for armed criminality.
Police investigating the shooting of a man in Luton following a car crash say they don't tolerate violent criminality at any time.
Supt David Boyle from Beds Police: "This is an isolated incident and is not related to others reported to of us late. We do not tolerate violent criminality at any time, we will be diligent and resolute in the pursuit of those responsible including the individual responsible for this offence"
Luton's council leader Hazel Simmons has condemned the latest shooting in Luton - the tenth this year. Police say a shooting after a car crash in Monday's rush hour appears unconnected with previous shootings in the town.
Hazel Simmons said: “The carrying and use of weapons in Luton will not be tolerated. Weappeal to anyone involved or considering violence to consider how these crimesruin lives and reflect badly on the town that we know and love."
She added: "Luton Borough Council will do everything it can to help the police stamp out this activity and bring those responsible to justice.”
Police investigating a rush-hour shooting in Luton says it appears the victim and the gunman knew each other.
Superintendent Dave Boyle of Bedfordshire Police said: “This would appear to be a targeted incident involving people who know each other. We take firearms related crime extremely seriously and will not tolerate guns in our towns."
He added: "The fact that a gun has been discharged in such an open and public arena causes us great concern and we have responded quickly with our own armed officers. If anyone has information about this incident please contact the police in confidence as a matter of urgency."
Police say a £1,000 reward is available to anyone that can provide information that leads to the arrest and conviction of people for gun crime.