Monday, 13 August 2007

Shot fired at car in Denton

Detectives are appealing for the public's help to trace four cars that were involved in incidents during which a shotgun was discharged, damaging a car in Tameside on Friday 10 August 2007. At 6.15pm a fight broke out involving a number of men at Denton Auto Centre on Pilling Street in Denton. The offenders were driving a dark coloured Audi A3 or A4, a white or silver Fiat Stilo and a light green Ford Focus. When the fight was over the offenders drove away. The Stilo crashed into several other vehicles and was badly damaged. The other men involved in the altercation then went to Denbigh Road in Denton. At 6.40pm, as they were standing in the parking area at the rear of Denbigh Road, a black Seat Leon pulled up and a man got out of the back seat. He pointed a shotgun at a parked car and fired it, damaging the car. He then got back into the car and it was driven away. Officers are keen to trace the vehicles involved in this incident. The Stilo was badly damaged during the incident and it is likely that someone will have noticed this recent damage.
Anyone with any further information on this is asked to contact Tameside CID on 0161 856 9254 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


MR BLOBBY said...

'When privacy is outlawed only outlaws will have privacy' Get liberty on the case so that when or if these morons are caught they get the best of human rights money can buy.

Anonymous said...

We read a lot about these incidents of shots being fired at passing cars-people simply do not feel safe anymore on the streets of Britain.

Nation in Jeopardy said...

The same old story of growing violence on our streets-a disturbing lack of faith in the police. People fearful of walking the streets in many areas now. This is the reality in violent Britain-2007.

Hilda from Denton said...

Another Mossad false flag?

Cluedo fanatic said...

I've already solved this crime, it's Professor Brown with the candle stick in the Kitchen.

david icke said...

The culprits are half-human, half- reptillian creatures who have been running the world for thousands of years.

hang the bastards said...

Read about that man in Stalybridge drven out of his home by sub-human low life. Two wheelie bins had been pushed against the house. This has been going on for more than a year. The police are useless-fighting crime protecting people not this poor guy.

here we go again said...

Why is it that the people of Denton have to suffer, because the police are useless at catching the yobs.

old bill said...

Little old lady fearful of leaving her flat to go to the local shop-she keeps calling up the old bill about the yobs in her area-same reply- that we do not have the officers to deal with these little shits. Have you tried talking to their parents madam?

ncb1970 said...

Sometimes the parents are worse than the little yobs.

up in the air said...

Victims of crime come second in a system that offers very little support for those who have fallen victim to violent crime. The police are running scared of the human rights act. The thug that attacks someones house with bricks has very little to fear from the courts.

mr blobby said...

Mr Blobby: Mr West, We know that crime is of much concern to local people, What can we we do in the fight against the yobs?
Mr West: "Well, for a start we can get police back on the beat. Giving people confidence in the police."
Mr Blobby: Confidence in the police, it seems along way away?
Mr West: "Yes, indeed the police have a lot of work to do in order to give people confidence."
Mr Blobby: People will not report crime in their area these days, is that true?
Mr West: "Of course, People will not come forward and for good reason."
Mr Blobby: The courts let the thugs go, that must upset the police?
Mr West: "Surely, it must, the police catch these yobs and the courts let them go free."
Mr Blobby: Will things get worse on our streets with crime and yob-culture?
Mr West: "Most certainly, because the will to defeat the yobs is sadly lacking."
Mr Blobby: Thank you Mr Wesr.
Mr West: Thanks.