Rush-hour shooting in Luton

Police are hunting a gunman who shot a man after a rush-hour road crash in Luton.

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Rush hour shooting - police release e-fits

E-fit of man wanted after shooting Credit: Bedfordshire Police

Detectives in Luton have released two photo-fit imagesof a man who they need to trace in connection with a shooting in the town.

The images are of a man believed to be responsible for the shooting of a 27 year old man in Leicester Road which happened on May 20 at 7.58am.

E-fit of man wanted after shooting Credit: Bedfordshire Police

The victim remains in hospital undergoing extensive surgery to his leg and is described as being in a serious but stable condition.

The offender has been described as a man with a tanned complexion approximately 6’ tall with a dark greying beard and carrying a yellow JD sports bag.

Detective Inspector Iain Morgan, of the Serious Crime Unit, based at Luton Police Station, said: “These are not photographs of the offender but E-Fit pictures which have been created based on information from eye witnesses. "

A £1000 reward is available to anyone who can provide information that leads to an arrest and conviction of people for gun crimes in the county.

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