A family has offered a £15,000 reward after a man was shot in the leg in Luton in May.
Atif Ali was shot after his car was hit from behind by a silver Mondeo. He's still being treated in hospital.
His brother Amjid Ali spoke at a press conference:
"It has been seven weeks since my brother Atif was shot in the leg as he made his way to work. Atif, my family and I are still waiting to find out why this happened to him. We are all at a loss as to the reason why."
"Atif and my family are hardworking people and we have decided to offer a £15,000 reward which will be paid to anyone who comes forward with information that leads to a successful conviction of the person responsible for shooting my brother."
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