Two arrested after shootings
Two men were arrested for attempted murder after two shootings within 20 minutes last night.
Police made the arrests after an armed containment by officers on a house in Happy Valley Road, Pembroke.
They could not confirm whether the two incidents, which led to no injuries, were connected.
The first offence happened when two men on a motorcycle shot at a home on St Mary’s Road, Warwick, at about 7.45pm. The suspects were described as black, wearing dark helmets with visors.
In the second incident, two men on a motorcycle shot at a 58-year-old man as he walked on Happy Valley Road at about 8.05pm. The intended victim ran away.
Detectives have completed a forensic examination and investigations are ongoing.
Witnesses or anyone with information should call Detective Chief Inspector Arthur Glasford on 247-1174 or Crime Stoppers anonymously on 800-8477.
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