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.
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