#AceNewsReport – May.26: The investigation team believe the Golf, registration HG57 YHT, was left parked in a nearby street immediately after the shooting, before being moved to a small car park off Bishport Avenue the following day (Thursday 20 May), where it was recovered by the police and is now undergoing a full forensic examination’
Images of car released as investigation into shooting in Hartcliffe continues:
The car we want information on is a dark blue/black VW Golf, believed to have been involved in the shooting in Hareclive Road at about 5.15pm on Wednesday 19 May, in which two men suffered wounds consistent with shotgun pellets.
DI Mark Newbury said: “We’re asking the local community in Hartcliffe to check their home CCTV systems, doorbell cameras and Dash Cam footage, to see if this vehicle can be seen within this 24-hour period. Was it driven down your street, or parked outside your house overnight before being moved? It also appears as if the VW Golf has had its nearside rear wheel tyre changed – did you see a tyre being changed on a car matching the one on the images we’ve released today during the same timeframe? So far six arrests have been made in this investigation and we’re confident the continuing forensic examination of the car will lead to more people being linked to it, so we’re appealing for anyone who may have been involved in moving the vehicle the following day to come forward to speak to us. It’s possible they weren’t aware of the severity of the incident that the vehicle was involved in.”
If you think you have footage of the vehicle, please call 101 and quote ref number 5221110044.
• Aaron Cooper, 35, of King George Road, has been charged with theft and fraud by false representation. • Christopher Cooper, 63, of King George Road, has been charged with acquire, use, possess criminal property. • Jason Croker, 44, of Elm Grove, has been charged with two counts of fraud by false representation and one count of possession with intent to supply a class A drug (heroin).
#AceNewsReport – Apr.10: Road closures have been put in place in St Nicholas Road and at its junction with Grosvenor Road. A diversion route has been set up via Ashley Road but we’d please ask people to avoid the area at this time while emergency services are at the scene:
‘Emergency services attend incident in St Paul’s investigation is ongoing to determine the cause of the incident but at this early stage we are treating it as suspicious’
Posted at 10:41 on 8th April 2021:
Emergency services are currently dealing with an incident in St Paul’s, Bristol: Firefighters and paramedics were also called to the scene, and gas and electric engineers have also attended.
There have been no reported injuries at this time. People in a number of neighbouring properties were evacuated as a precaution.
Anyone with information about what happened is asked to call 101 and give reference number 5221074539.
#AceNewsServices – SOUTHAMPTON – May 21 – Four British men remain missing after search teams reported no sightings of a life-raft from the yacht at the centre of an international hunt.
US Coast Guard Capt Anthony Popiel said no decision had been taken on when to suspend the search of the mid-Atlantic.
The 40ft Cheeki Rafiki, based in Southampton, was sailing back to the UK from an Antigua regatta when it started taking on water last week.
The search was originally called off on Sunday but resumed on Tuesday.
That followed an official request from the UK government.
An on-line petition, set up to urge the US Coast Guard to resume the search, had attracted more than 200,000 signatures.
Coastguards said on Wednesday that around 9,000 sq miles had been searched and there had been no sightings of a life-raft, debris or a boat during the day.
Capt Popiel pledged that teams would continue to hunt for the Britons as if they were “looking for a member of our own family”.
The four missing crew members are Paul Goslin, 56, from West Camel, Somerset; skipper Andrew Bridge, 22, from Farnham, Surrey; Steve Warren, 52, also from Somerset; and 22-year-old James Male, from Romsey.
Read More at: BBC News – 21/05/2014 – http://tinyurl.com/pmkefr7