24 hours in police custody: Luton gunman shoots car in street [Video]

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Shocking moment when gunman shoots car in the middle of the street is revealed as police reveal how they brought the potential killer to court

  • Justice McCann is serving 22 years after shooting a stranger in the chest in Luton
  • The hunt for the gunman is featured in an episode of 24 Hours in Police Custody
  • A teaser clip shows police watching footage of the man shooting a passing car

This is the shocking moment when a drug-dealing gunman shoots a car in the middle of the street while the police reveal how they brought the potential killer to justice.

Judge McCann is in prison for 22 and a half years after shooting a gun at close range in the chest of a stranger during a shocking attack in Luton, leaving the victim too scared to leave the house.

The hunt for the gunman is featured on an episode of Channel 4’s 24 Hours in Police Custody, offering unprecedented behind-the-scenes access as agents investigated the crime.

In a teaser clip seen by MailOnline, agents are seen following a man on CCTV, noting ‘he looks angry … he doesn’t really understand, right?’

Judge McCann is in prison for 22 and a half years after shooting a gun at close range in the chest of a stranger during a shocking attack in Luton, leaving the victim too scared to leave the house.

Judge McCann is in prison for 22 and a half years after shooting a gun at close range in the chest of a stranger during a shocking attack in Luton, leaving the victim too scared to leave the house.

McCann, of Ravenhill Way, Luton, was jailed last year after admitting to attempted murder, possessing firearms and intending to supply cannabis

McCann, of Ravenhill Way, Luton, was jailed last year after admitting to attempted murder, possessing firearms and intending to supply cannabis

McCann, of Ravenhill Way, Luton, was jailed last year after admitting to attempted murder, possessing firearms and intending to supply cannabis

Footage shows he appears to be aiming a gun as a car drives towards him along a residential road, at which point an officer says, ‘Here he comes, look, he’s got something in his hand, there … he’s aiming at that car . ‘

The video shows him running after the car and firing the gun as he drives away, while officers try to identify him by looking at the ‘signature script’ on his hoodie.

Pressure on the Bedfordshire Police to find the gunman, who then shot a stranger in a seemingly completely unprovoked attack, and so investigators launched a frantic operation to identify the suspect.

DC Colin Knight of the Force’s Guns & Gangs unit said, “We have a very dangerous person who is willing to shoot innocent members of the public. The ultimate fear would be once he’s done it, he can do it again … ‘

The program then reveals how a young woman walks into Luton police station and tells the detectives that she too has been threatened by the man.

He grabbed my throat, put the gun to my head, and asked if I was a wolverine or a wolf, ”she said.

Cameras monitor every turn of the manhunt as detectives gather evidence to find out what really lies behind the attempted murder of an innocent man as they try to catch the shooter before he strikes again.

McCann, of Ravenhill Way, Luton, was jailed last year after admitting attempted murder, possessing firearms and intending to supply cannabis.

McCann fired this gun at the victim, who was hospitalized for two weeks after the attack

McCann fired this gun at the victim, who was hospitalized for two weeks after the attack

McCann fired this gun at the victim, who was hospitalized for two weeks after the attack

The court was told how the victim had been hospitalized for two weeks after the attack and was unable to leave his home for fear, adding that the incident had destroyed his life.

Judge Mark Bishop called him a “dangerous offender,” sentencing him to 22 and a half years with a five-year permit.

He said, “These were serious crimes where you nearly killed a man you didn’t know at all.”

Ahead of the show’s airing, Detective Sergeant Wil Taylor told MailOnline, “ Justice McCann as a job was incredibly unique.

“ The idea of ​​someone just walking down a road and casually firing a gun at people or vehicles and then shooting an innocent passer-by, I don’t think I’ve seen anything like it.

“Firearm discharges themselves are quite rare and they are usually in gang dispute rather than what Justice McCann did.”

  • 24 hours in police custody: The Search for Justice, Mon March 29, 9 p.m.

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