Waterloo Street on high alert
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Humberside Police are appealing for any information that could assist in tracing 32-year-old Lukasz Kopscza. Police have advised witnesses not to approach him.
He is wanted in connection with the shooting of a 30-year-old Polish man at an address in west Hull on the evening of Monday, April 10th. Police were contacted when the victim was dropped off by car on Waterloo Street Hull at about 10pm that night with a serious gunshot wound to his chest.
He underwent surgery and was later discharged into police custody having been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit robbery. A 30-year-old Polish man had previously been arrested for the same offence. Both are currently on police bail pending further enquiries.?
Kopscza, is described as white, 6ft 2ins tall, with grey eyes.
Detective Chief Inspector Stuart Spencer, who is leading the investigation, said: “We are still building up a picture of the full circumstances surrounding this incident but we have established that the victim had flown to the UK the previous day before travelling to Hull with two other men to visit the address where he has been shot. We believe Kopscza is residing in a property on Waterloo Street.
Humberside Police are strongley advising people living on Waterloo Street, Goodrich Close and Tattershall Close to be on high alert.
If you have any information please call Humberside Police Quoting Ref: 211 10/04/2017