Police investigating the murder of Jahmel Jones have delivered hundreds of witness appeal leaflets to homes surrounding St Mary's Street in Southampton.
The leaflets, containing a CCTV image of three men detectives want to trace in connection with the shooting which happened on as they continue to investigate the murder of Jahmel Jones on Saturday, April 20.
The leaflets have been delivered to homes in St Mary's Street and Northam Road as well as adjoining side roads.
Detectives leading the investigation into the shooting of Jamal Jones in Southampton have released moving CCTV images showing three suspects. Officers are appealing for sighting of the men and hope the CCTV may jog people’s memories.
Detectives leading the investigation into the shooting of Jamal Jones in Southampton have released CCTV showing three suspects. Officers are appealing for sighting of the men and hope the CCTV may jog people’s memories.
All three men are believed to be black and are wearing dark hooded tops with the hoods up.
The CCTV shows the three suspects walking along Old Northam Road in Southampton just prior to the murder at around 10.24am on Saturday, April 20, and then again leaving shortly afterwards at about 11.02am. It’s believed they then headed in the direction of the Esso petrol station in Northam Road.
Detective Superintendent Callan Cessford said: “We are trying to trace the movements of the men after they left the murder scene in St Mary’s Street. We know they went up Old Northam Road and then towards the Esso petrol station.
“We would like to hear from anyone who remembers seeing them at any stage on their journey especially if they saw them after they passed the petrol station.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) is continuing its investigation after a man was shot by Sussex Police.
The incident a man by Sussex Police in the early hours of September 16 in Seaford, East Sussex.
The man, 62, was taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital and his condition is described as critical but stable.
IPCC Commissioner Mike Franklin said: "At this stage we can confirm that the man was shot three times by Sussex police officers, twice in the torso and once in the leg.
A shotgun was recovered from the scene and an initial ballistics report indicates that one shot was fired from it.
"Our investigation, which is in the very early stages, will scrutinise the actions and decision making of Sussex Police."
A man has been shot by police after an armed stand-off in East Sussex. It happened in the seaside town of Seaford in the early hours of this morning.
Police say they were attending a domestic incident. Andy Dickenson has our report.
A man remains in a stable but critical condition in hospital after he was shot by police in Seaford, East Sussex, last night. There was an exchange of gunfire between the 62-year-old and armed officers. A shotgun was recovered from the scene. The IPCC is investigating.
Sussex Police officers have cordoned off an area in North Way, Seaford, after a man was shot by armed officers in the early hours. There was an exchange of shots between a 62-year-old local man and police. He is in a critical but stable condition in hospital. Two officers were also slightly injured.
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A man is in a critical but stable condition in hospital after he was shot by police in Sussex. Shots were exchanged outside a house in North Way, Seaford, last night. Two police officers were also hurt - but these were not gunshot wounds. A shotgun was recovered from the scene.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a 43-year-old man was injured as he tried to prevent thieves from stealing his van near his home in Rye.
The victim was told men were trying to break into his Toyota Hilux van in Rye Harbour Road just before midnight on Saturday, 11th August.
He went out to investigate and was confronted by men, who drove at him with their dark coloured car. He jumped out of the way and was shot at with an air rifle suffering injuries to his face. The callous thieves then towed away his van, which has an Environment Agency sign on it, and made off.
This was a violent attack and we are doing all we can to trace these men. The van was found just over an hour later in Charing, Kent, and it is being forensically examined. The victim is being treated for pellet wounds to his face and we will be talking to him to get as much information as possible. Extensive enquiries are being made and I would urge anyone with information to contact detectives on 101 or the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111."
The victim is being treated for his injuries at the William Harvey Hospital in Ashford and his condition is stable.