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Police are still hunting for two people in connection with a murder at a residential caravan site in Ilton, near Ilminster in Somerset.Read the full story ›
Police are still searching for two people in connection with a murder in Somerset. 37 year old John Broadway and Donna Broadway, who's 26, are wanted over a fatal shooting at a residential caravan site at Ilton, near Ilminster.
Three other people are already in custody over the death of 50-year-old Wilfred Isaacs, who was shot dead on Thursday evening. Detective Superintendent Andy Bevan says they are now also looking for a shotgun:
Police have this afternoon formally identified the 50 year old victim in the fatal shooting in Somerset. Wilfred Isaacs was shot dead at a mobile home site in Ilton on Thursday evening. Another man suffered injuries, described as 'not life threatening'.
Specialist family liaison officers are continuing to support the victim's family.
Police have confirmed that Charlie Broadway has handed himself into officers at a custody centre in Somerset within the last hour. He has been arrested on suspicion of murder and attempted murder, and remains in custody.
Investigations continue at the site in Ilton with police carrying out fingertip searches this evening. Officers say they are now searching for two more people in connection to the incident.
"We are now asking the public to help us locate a further two people involved in the shooting incident in Ilton last night. As part of this on-going inquiry we are now also keen to speak to John Broadway, 37, and Donna Broadway, 26, who have yet to come forward.
John is described as white, with dark brown hair, brown eyes and a thin build. Neither are considered to pose any risk to the public but we would urge the pair to contact us directly. Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of these two should call us now on 999 and quote log number 1051 of May 5."
Police have told us that the firearm believed to have been used during the incident has not yet been recovered. They are asking anyone with information to contact them on 999.
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The search continues for Charlie Broadway after two men were shot - one fatally - in Somerset last night.
Police say they have deployed every resource available to find the 23 year old - who may still be armed.
Our reporter Bob Cruwys is outside the residential site in Ilton and sent us this update:
A man who may be armed with a gun is wanted by police after a shooting in Somerset left one man dead and another injured.
Charlie Broadway, 23, 'poses a risk to the public and should not be approached', police say.
Detectives say two men were shot at a residential Park Home site near Ilton.
The victim of a fatal shooting in Somerset is a 50 year old man who died in an incident last night which left another man injured.
Charlie Broadway, 23, remains wanted following the shooting at the Chubbards Cross Caravan Site, near Ilton.
Police say the family are being support by support liaison officers.
@aspolice UPDATE: As a result of this, a man in his 50’s died, a second man, in 20s, was injured. These injuries are not life threatening.
A man and a female have been arrested in connection with this incident. Officers say this is domestic incident contained to one site but have called in all units to assist in the investigation.
We would like to reassure local communities that this was a domestic incident, contained to one site. All those involved were known to each other.
We’re using every resource available to us, including the helicopter, to locate and arrest Charlie Broadway but I would appeal directly to him to hand himself in now.
We have arrested a man and a woman in connection with this inquiry and they remain in custody.
Anyone wishing to report any sightings of Charlie Broadway, are urged to contact the force immediately via 999, quoting log number 1051 of 5 May.