Drugs warrants executed in shooting case
Drugs warrants were executed at addresses in King's Lynn over the weekend following a double shooting in the town last week.Police carried out searches at two properties as part of their ongoing investigation into the firearms scare on Thursday evening, which left two people injured.
Drugs warrants were executed at addresses in King's Lynn over the weekend following a double shooting in the town last week.
Police carried out searches at two properties as part of their ongoing investigation into the firearms scare on Thursday evening, which left two people injured.
The victims, a man in his 20s and a woman in her 40s, suffered minor injuries when three armed intruders burst into a home in Bagge Road, Gaywood, and opened fire.
Another man in his 20s and a young woman, who were also in the house at the time, escaped injury.
Detectives said the drugs warrants, which were executed on Friday and Sunday, were linked to the incident.
And they today renewed their appeal for information about the three black men involved in the attack and the P-registration Vauxhall Astra they were driving in.
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Det Chief Inspector Neil Firm , who is leading the investigation, said: "Extensive enquiries continue into the shooting and the warrants carried out over the weekend form part of that investigation.
"We are still keen to gather any information at all on the P-registration Vauxhall Astra used by the offenders to flee the scene and I urge anyone with information to contact the inquiry team as soon as possible."
Anyone with information on the incident, which happened at about 11.30pm, is asked to contact the enquiry team at Downham Market police station on 0845 4564567.