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"
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