Tingley shooting: Armed police close Dewsbury Road after two men seriously injured in shooting
Dewsbury Road has been shut down by police as outfitted officials plunged on a property in Tingley shooting.
Traffic on a part of the A653, between the Syke Lane and Heybeck Lane intersections, was held at about 1pm as witnesses saw furnished police encompass a property.
West Yorkshire Police have affirmed the occurrence is associated with a shooting in Tingley yesterday (Sunday August 8).
Police were called to reports of a continuous battle outside The Hare and Hounds Pub, in Batley Road, at about 6.15pm.
It was accounted for right away a short time later that a gun had been released in Dunningley Lane.
Officials discovered two men who had been shot. They were both taken to emergency clinic with genuine yet not hazardous wounds.
Six individuals have been captured regarding the episodes, which are accepted to be connected, and stay in care.
A cordon stays set up in Batley Road and Dunningley Lane.
A police representative said: “Police are exploring following reports of a fight on Batley Road, Tingley where a gun was subsequently released.
“The episode happened at roughly 18.15pm yesterday, when police were called to reports of a continuous battle outside The Hare and Hounds Pub, on Batley Road.
“It was accounted for right away a short time later that a gun had been released in Dunningley Lane.
“Officials joined in and discovered two men with wounds steady with the utilization of a gun.
“The two men were taken to clinic with genuine however not hazardous wounds.
“Six individuals have been captured regarding the occurrences, which are accepted to be connected, and stay in authority as of now.
“A scene stays set up on Batley Road and Dunningley Lane while enquiries stay continuous.”