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In pictures: Scene of Huddersfield shooting

Police patrols have been stepped up in the Fartown area of Huddersfield after four people were hurt in a shooting. It happened in broad daylight infront of terrified residents who are being assured it's an isolated incident. Three people have been arrested.

The scene of the shooting in Huddersfield Credit: Calendar
Police at the scene of the Huddersfield shooting Credit: Calendar

Four hurt in Huddersfield shootings

Four people are believed to have suffered gunshot wounds after an incident in the Fartown area of Huddersfield yesterday afternoon. Police were called to reports of a number of shots being fired in Bradford Road at around 3.30pm.

Officers took two injured people to hospital and a further two people were also taken to hospital. It's believed they were injured in the same incident. It's thought none are seriously hurt.

A number of police and neighbourhood officers are patrolling the area and offering assurances to the public. West Yorkshire's Assistant Chief Constable Craig Guildford has urged witnesses to come forward.

Incidents like this are extremely rare in West Yorkshire but when they do happen we always carry out a thorough and detailed investigation. We urge witnesses or anyone with information to contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111

– Assistant Chief Constable Craig Guildford

Investigation underway after shots fired in Sheffield

City Road in Sheffield Credit: Google Street View

An investigation's underway after shots were fire at a building in the centre of Sheffield in the early hours of this morning.

No on was hurt but South Yorkshire police believe it was a targeted attack. Forensic officers have spent the day at the scene on City Road gathering evidence. Police have put on additional patrols to reassure people living nearby.

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Man critically ill after shooting in Sheffield

A 24-year-old man is in a critical condition after being shot in Sheffield.

Emergency services were called to Handsworth Grange Road just after 10.20pm on Sunday to find the man with a life-threatening head injury after an air rifle was discharged.

Two local men, aged 23 and 47, have been arrested on suspicion of wounding with intent and remain in custody.

Police are investigating the circumstances of the incident and have recovered the air rifle from the property.

"Even though air weapons are legally owned, this type of incident demonstrates they are dangerous and need to be treated with great respect. My sympathies are with the family of the man in hospital. Anyone using a weapon in a way that could endanger the public should be reported to the police immediately."

– Shaun Wright, Police and Crime Commissioner for South Yorkshire
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