Witness appeal after shots fired in Harpurhey

Police are appealing for witnesses after shots were fired at a car in Harpurhey, Greater Manchester.

Shortly before 4.15pm, on 22 November 2016, police were called to Ansford Walk following reports that shots had been fired.
An altercation had broken out between two groups of men. One group was driving a white Ford Transit van and the other, a red Kia Rio.

The van drove into the side of the Kia and shots were fired. The men then fled the scene in the van and a black car towards Hendham Vale.

No-one was injured during the incident. Police are now appealing for information. Anyone who witnessed the incident or was in the area at the time should contact police.

GMP is also appealing to anyone who saw the car in the area at that time to contact them. Officers want to reassure the local community that they are investigating this serious altercation.

The incident is not believed to be linked to any other ongoing police investigations at this stage. Anyone with any information should contact police on 0161 856 1901 or Crimestoppers.

TNT News

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