Police officers in Merseyside are visiting schools to warn them about "stranger danger" after a number of suspicious incidents in Huyton.Read the full story ›
The 17 year old was brought to hospital by a relative with a gunshot wound to the thigh.Read the full story ›
Four people have been charged over the murder of a teenager who was shot while riding as a passenger on a motorbike.Read the full story ›
Police were called to a house in Woodhurst Close, Huyton, at about 18:30 on Friday evening to reports of a kidnap and assault.Read the full story ›
Armed police surrounded a BMW which overturned following a high-speed chase near Liverpool.
Witnesses said the car crashed after being chased at around 80mph off the M62 motorway at Huyton.
Police said officers attempted to stop the car on Pilch Lane East, Huyton, at just after 1.45pm.
The driver made off, damaging a police car, and then lost control of his own vehicle, which hit a wall and tipped over onto its roof.
A search of the car uncovered a suspected firearm.
A man's being treated in hospital for a slash wound to his throat following an assault on Merseyside.
Paramedics were called to Mardale Road, Huyton early on Friday evening.
Police say the exact circumstances of the incident are unclear.
The man, who is in his 40s, is in a serious but non life-threatening condition.
"We are keen to hear from anyone who saw this incident or saw anybody making off from the area at around 6pm."
Police are investigating after two men were shot in Huyton area of Liverpool on Monday night.
Police were called to Lincombe Road at around 9.20pm, where they found two men in their 20’s with wounds to the leg, believed to be from a shotgun.
They have been taken to hospital for treatment to their injuries, which are described as non-life threatening.
This was a brazen attack and we are determined to bring the person or people responsible to justice.
We will not tolerate the use of guns on the streets of Huyton or anywhere in Merseyside and we will do all we can to protect communities from the criminals who use them.
Police are asking anyone with information to come forward "so we can take those responsible off the streets and put them before the courts".
Anyone with information is asked to contact the gun crime hotline on 0800 230 0600, @MerPolCC, 101 quoting number 1040 or @CrimestoppersUK anonymously.
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Police are investigating after a pet dog was shot and killed at a home in Merseyside.
The Dogue de Bordeaux/Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross was shot at a house in Primrose Court in Huyton in the early hours of Wednesday morning. It was taken to a vet but could not be saved. Nobody else in the property was harmed but one woman was taken to hospital as a precaution.
A small cannabis farm and equipment was also located in addition to bags of cannabis, and a 29-year-old man from Huyton has been taken to a police station for questioning on suspicion of cannabis production.
Police say they believe it was a targeted attack, and are now appealing for information.
We initially believe that this was a targeted attack towards those at the premises, but to break into a home and kill a pet dog is shocking, and must be devastating for the owners.
I am sure the vast majority of people in Huyton will be outraged that such an incident has taken place within their community, and will want those responsible removed from the streets as soon as possible.
I want to reassure the community that we will act on all information to ensure that those responsible for this callous attack are identified and brought to justice. If you saw or heard anything suspicious around 12.20am, or have home CCTV which may have captured those involved, please let us know as any details may be key to the investigation.
You can speak to police directly or call the independent charity Crimestoppers, where your information will be dealt with anonymously.
Police on Merseyside have released this picture of 17-year-old James Meadows who died on Monday night after being shot in the head.Read the full story ›