Greater Manchester Police have confirmed that a search linked to the Manchester bombing investigation has concluded.
Police started searching a property of Roda Street, in Harpurhey on the 6th June.
The cordon has now been lifted but officers will continue to patrol the area.
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One person has been injured after an explosion at a cafe in Harpurhey.
The fire service say they were called to the premises, believed to be the Emerald Cafe, on Rochdale Road earlier this afternoon after reports of a blast and a fire.
Currently more than three fire engines are at the scene tackling the flames and dealing with the aftermath.
At the moment there is one known casualty who has suffered burns.
The road has been closed with a big police cordon erected.
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Police are investigating after a man was shot in Manchester.
Detectives were called to a takeaway in Harpurhey, just after 11pm on Sunday night.
A man, 27, was taken to hospital with a gun shot wounds. He remains in a critical condition.
Residents nearby said they heard two loud bangs before the sound of a car screeching and speeding away from the scene.
Harpurhey councillor Pat Karney, who met with police early on Monday morning, said he was ‘shocked and horrified’ by the incident.
He said police told him they believe it was a ‘targeted attack’ and that those involved knew each other.
Police are appealing for witnesses to call 101, or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
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Police are hunting a man who is wanted in connection with a rape in Harpurhey.
Sean McNabb from Blackley is wanted by police in connection with a rape and on recall to prison.
The offence took place on 23 February 2013 in Harpurhey. McNabb has been circulated as wanted since 27 February 2013, but continues to evade police capture.
He is believed to have links to the Bacup and Blackley areas.
Anyone who knows of his whereabouts should call police on 101 or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.