There will be a heavy police presence at the funeral of a man killed in a gun and grenade attack in Greater Manchester.
46-year-old David Short was found at a house on Folkestone Road East in Clayton in August after police were called there following reports of gunshots. There had also been an explosion at the address caused by a grenade.
David's son Mark 23 year old Mark was shot dead in May at the Cotton Tree Pub in Droylsden.
29 year old Dale Cregan has been charged with their murders.
Police in Greater Manchester have charged a man with murder after a gun and grenade attack in the city.
Anthony Wilkinson will appear at Manchester City Magistrate's Court on Wednesday.
He has been charged with murder, attempted murder and possession of a weapon with intent to endager life.
David Short, 46, died after an attack in Clayton last month.
Police in Greater Manchester say a man wanted over a gun and grenade attack should hand himself in.
They've been hunting Dale Cregan since the death of David Short last month.
They made the appeal after arresting Anthony Wilkinson, who was also on the run.
Police have arrested a man wanted in connection with a grenade and gun attack. Anthony Wilkinson was found in a park in Manchester.Read the full story ›
Police looking for two men wanted in connection with the death of David Short have teamed up with Crimestoppers to offer a £25k reward.Read the full story ›
Police in Manchester are offering a £25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Dale Cregan and Anthony Wilkinson.
The pair are wanted in connection with the death of David Short, 46, who was found at a house in Clayton following reports of gunshots and an explosion last Friday morning.
Normally rewards are paid on conviction, however this reward will be given on arrest.
Greater Manchester Police say Cregan and Wilkinson pose such a threat, that they're taking this unusual step.
The £25,000 is being offered to anyone who is able to give information anonymously to the independent charity, Crimestoppers, which leads to the arrest of Cregan and Wilkinson.
A week on from two shootings and grenade attacks in Greater Manchester, police are renewing their appeal to trace two wanted men.
Detectives have been looking for Dale Cregan and Anthony Wilkinson since last Friday. They say the men should not be approached.
Police investigating a double gun and grenade attack in Droylsden say the weapons used in the explosion, are believed to be militarygrenades from Yugoslavia.
At 10.30am on Friday 10 August, 46-year-old David Short was found shot dead at a house on Folkestone Road East in Clayton. There had also been an explosion caused by a grenade.
Less than 10 minutes later, shots were fired and there was another explosion outside a house on Luke Road in Droylsden.
Three men arrested on suspicion of murder has been bailed.
Police say they also want to speak to Anthony Wilkinson in connection Dale Cregan is also wanted over the murder of Mark Short, David’s son, at the Cotton Tree Pub on 25 May 2012.
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We continue to have a considerable police presence, including armed officers, in the Clayton and Droylsden areas. We do not believe that the two attacks last Friday were random, but understandably, people in the area are still hugely concerned by what they may have seen and heard.
“We have arrested three people so far in connection with Friday’s attacks and we are continuing to look for two other men – 29-year-old Dale Cregan and 33-year-old Anthony Wilkinson - who we still want to speak to.
Police investigating two attacks last Friday in which one man was shot dead and two grenades were set off are appealing for information about a car they believe was involved.
The body of David Short, 46, was found at a house in Clayton last Friday morning.
Less than 10 minutes later a second grenade attack took place at a house nearby in Luke Road, Droylsden.
David's son was killed at the Cotton Tree Pub in a separate attack in May. Police are looking for Dale Cregan, 29, of Droylsden and Anthony Wilkinson, 33, of Beswick in connection.
Police found a silver five-door Ford Fiesta, registration BJ52 XMX, abandoned on Lord Lane in Failsworth at around 11.30am last Friday 10 August 2012.
The car had been purchased on Thursday 9 August at 2pm.
Officers are also keen to hear from anyone that saw a white Vauxhall Combo van any time after it was hired from Salford Van Hire at 4.45pm on Thursday evening, up to 10.30am on Friday morning.
A fourth man has been charged in connection with the death of Mark Short in Greater Manchester. Ryan Hadfield from the Ashton-under-Lyne area has been charged with murder and three counts of attempted murder.