Josh Dunmore and Gary Dunmore Wiki – Josh Dunmore and Gary Dunmore Biography
Josh Dunmore and Gary Dunmore the victims – A father and son shot dead in a “directed and planned” double shooting in separate rural villages have been named locally.
Joshua Dunmore, 32, was shot dead at a house in Bluntisham, Cambridgeshire, around 9 p.m. m. last night. About 40 minutes later, his father, Gary Dunmore, 57, was shot dead in Sutton, about six miles away. Both men are believed to be builders. Cambridgeshire Police revealed today that they fear the couple may have been the victims of a ‘targeted’ attack over a custody battle. Three people have been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder, one of whom was apprehended over 100 miles away in Worcestershire early this morning after a sting operation involving a white Peugeot 208 involving two police forces. Officers also recovered a shotgun.
Josh Dunmore, 32, and Gary Dunmore 57 years old.
Father and son shot to death in Bluntisham, Cambridgeshire, Investigation Report
Detective Chief Superintendent Jon Hutchinson said the double shooting may have been related to a custody battle, confirming it is the force’s main line of investigation. Hutchinson said the two men shot dead were “father and son.” By working with local residents and family members, we quickly established that the two victims were related and that they were father and son,” he said. He added that the ‘main line of inquiry’ was that the incident related to a ‘family matter’. “It has been widely reported in the media that this may be related to a custody battle,” he said. “I can confirm that it is an active line of inquiry for us.” Neighbors of the victim in Sutton said he “lived a quiet life” and “kept to himself”, with one saying he was “tall” with “gray hair” and was a builder.
Three suspects were arrested in the murder of Josh and Gary
A 27-year-old man and a 33-year-old woman were arrested early today in Cambridge, while a 66-year-old man was arrested in the Worcester area. All three people were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder. West Mercia Police told MailOnline the suspect vehicle was spotted by West Midlands Police heading south towards the West Mercia area of the M5 motorway at around 1am. The car was stopped near Droitwich Junction 5 in Worcestershire using a stinger in an operation involving two police forces, and the 66-year-old man was arrested.
Hutchinson also said officers made “two very quick arrests at a hotel just outside of Cambridge.” In the early hours of this morning we did a joint operation with West Mercia police where armed officers arrested a 66-year-old man on the motorway,” he said. After his arrest, his vehicle was searched and I can confirm that we have recovered a firearm.” He said the man was in police custody in Worcester and is being transported to Cambridgeshire for an interview.