Liverpool news Names and photos of two men released after triple shooting MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - Dean Colquhoun, 25, and Bobby Davies, 24, are being sought by detectives
Breaking News ! These two men are wanted by police in connection with a triple shooting within just 30 minutes which saw two homes and a car hit by bullets. Enquiries have continued since raids were carried out in July and the suspected weapon used in the discharge discovered by detectives. Two months after those warrants, police today named two men they need to speak to about the shootings on January 7 in Kirkby. They are Dean Colquhoun, 25, and Bobby Davies, 24. The shootings involved two blasted at homes on Windermere Drive and Stocks Road, about a mile apart. A car parked on nearby Mossborough Drive was also fired at. In July, a sawn-off shotgun was found during open land searches by officers, part of early morning swoops in Kirkby, Huyton, Fazakerley and Waterloo. It was the weapon discharged in January's gunfire, police think. So far, no arrests have been made in connection with the shootings. (Image: Merseyside Police) Evidence of explosives possession was also uncovered in July's raids. It has been confirmed nobody was home at Stocks Road at the time, there was somebody inside the address on Windermere Drive. The Windermere Drive property had visible bullet holes in the front door, while at the address on Stocks Road, a window was damaged. (Image: Merseyside Police) The vehicle also sustained damage. Bullet casings were found on the street as forensic experts combed the two locations, which are a three minute drive apart. The shootings have all the hallmarks of drive-by discharges with two mopeds or bikes seen in the area near Windermere Drive, which sped off in the direction of Kirkby town centre. Top news stories Jodie Comer's beach selfie Changes after borough tops corona cases Three schools shut next to test centre Family flee as yob throws firework Outside Mossborough Drive, an Audi car was spotted which police's attention has been focused upon.
.25pm and 6.50pm, during a rampage which left law-abiding families terrified and outraged. Enquiries by police over the past six month led to seizures of thousands of pounds of cash, two Rolex watches, Class A drugs, a crossbow and a loaded air weapon.
Merseyside Police scene on Mossborough Drive in Kirkby, Liverpool.
Investigations into the shootings continue and detectives think Mr Colquhoun and Davies may have information to assist. Detective Inspector Sabi Kaur, from the Firearms Investigation Team, said: “We’d like to speak to both men as soon as possible, so if you have seen them or know where they are, let us know. "Likewise, if you have any information about the incident itself, including CCTV, dashcam or any other footage, come forward. Keep up to date with local news in your area by adding your postcode below:
“You can speak to us directly or anonymously via the charity Crimestoppers, which is completely independent of police. "We understand the worry that people sometimes have in speaking to police about such incidents, but we will treat all information with sensitivity and care.”
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