Man Arrested After High Wycombe Shooting

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11:25am 1st July 2014

Officers from Thames Valley Police have arrested a 48 year-old man on suspicion of perverting the course of justice, in connection with a shooting in High Wycombe in May.

Mix 96 has learend the man was arrested yesterday (Monday 30th June) and has now been released on bail until 28 July.

Four people have previously been arrested in connection with the shooting, which took place in the Lucas Wood area next to Underwood Road in High Wycombe on 11 May.

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