A homicide investigation has been launched after a person died following a drive-by capturing at a celebration in Essex.

The sufferer, who has not been named, was in his 50s and from the Grays space.

Emergency companies had been known as to the scene in Roydon shortly earlier than 5am on Saturday after receiving studies that various individuals had arrived in a automobile and opened hearth at a bunch.

The person had been shot “a number of instances” and was taken to hospital, however died from his accidents on Sunday afternoon.

Two ladies of their 20s had been additionally taken to hospital with single gunshot wounds, which weren’t regarded as life-threatening.

Detective Inspector Greg Wooden mentioned: “That is now a homicide investigation and we’ll proceed our work to seek out these liable for this man’s dying, and convey them to justice.

“Our investigation is progressing effectively and we’re starting to construct up an image of what occurred, however we nonetheless want anybody with info to come back ahead.

“When you noticed or heard anybody leaving the world within the moments after the incident, or have any CCTV or dashcam footage, please get in touch with the staff.

“It would not matter how small or insignificant you suppose it’s, it might be important to our investigation.”

Anybody with details about the incident is requested to contact our Main Crime Workforce by emailing scd.appeals.essex@essex.pnn.police.uk referencing incident 169 of 13 June.

Alternatively name 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

news.sky.com

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