The brother of a man shot in Luton has made an emotional appeal for help in capturing his attacker.
Amjid Ali says his family is offering a £15,000 reward to anyone who has information which leads to the conviction of the person who shot his brother Atif.
Atif Ali, 27, was shot in the leg after a car crash in May. He's still in hospital and may be permanently disabled by the shooting.
Amjid Ali said: "I am here today, on behalf of my family, to talk about Atif and to make a direct appeal to urge those people who may have information relating to why Atif was shot, and also to those people who know who is responsible, to come forward and tell the police what they know."
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