Liverpool shooting: Land Rover targeted in drive-by incident, suspects flee
【Summary】Armed men on electric bikes fired shots in a car park in Liverpool, causing chaos. Police responded by shutting down the area and cordoning off roads. The suspects are currently on the run. Residents expressed shock and concern, vowing to avoid the affected area. Merseyside Police have not yet provided any details or comments on the incident.
Police responded to an incident on Lee Park Avenue in Belle Vale, Liverpool today, leading to the closure of the area and the cordoning off of surrounding roads. The exact details of the incident have not yet been confirmed.
Today, armed police took action to shut down a road in Liverpool and establish a cordon around the area in response to an ongoing incident. The scene on Lee Park Avenue in Belle Vale was attended by a helicopter, following reports of a group of men riding electric bikes and firing two shots in a car park outside a corner shop. The suspects are currently believed to be on the run.
Local residents expressed their shock and disgust at the incident that occurred tonight. One woman mentioned that she used to send her kids to the shop to pick up essentials but stated that she will no longer do so. The incident has left the community shaken.
Another witness, speaking to the Liverpool Echo, remarked that such events are not common in the area. She further expressed her dismay, stating that the incident is sickening and that the individuals involved showed a complete lack of respect for others.
The Mirror has reached out to Merseyside Police for a comment regarding the incident.
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