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Man seriously injured in Oldbury shooting

By Thomas Parkes | Oldbury | News | Published:

A man was seriously injured in a shooting involving two cars in the Black Country.

The scene in St Johns Road, Oldbury, where two cars were involved in a shooting. Photo: SnapperSK

Blood was left covering the pavement after the gunfire in Oldbury on Saturday night.

Both cars had left when police arrived at the scene in St Johns Road just after 7.30pm but the injured 20-year-old man turned up in hospital a short time later.

The scene in St Johns Road, Oldbury, where two cars were involved in a shooting. Photo: SnapperSK
Police officers at the scene in Oldbury. Photo: SnapperSK

West Midlands Police said the man's injuries had been "potentially life-threatening" but that he is now in a stable condition and has spoken to officers.

The area was taped off and blue tents were erected in order to preserve evidence, with forensic officers continuing their examination of the scene today.

House-to-house and CCTV enquiries are taking place and anyone with information about what happened is being urged to get in touch with the force.

Police tape at the scene, which was still cordoned off on Sunday. Photo: SnapperSK

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A blue tent was put up on Saturday evening. Photo: SnapperSK

Detective Inspector Ade George said: "We’re making good progress with the investigation, but it’s still in the early stages and we’re keeping an open mind regarding the circumstances and motive.

"I’d like to reassure the local community that we’ll be working all hours to find out what happened. Our priority is to find out who is responsible and take the appropriate action to bring them to justice."

Anyone with information can contact West Midlands Police via live chat at www.west-midlands.police.uk between 8am and midnight, or call 101 anytime quoting log number 3580 of 13/06/20.

Alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Thomas Parkes

By Thomas Parkes
Senior Reporter - @TParkes_Star

Senior reporter at the Express & Star, based in Wolverhampton. Got a story? Get in touch at thomas.parkes@expressandstar.co.uk.

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