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Detectives are today, Thursday 1st February, continuing to appeal for information on the first anniversary of the death of Aaron Lewis.


Officers were called to Grosvenor Road, Wavertree, at just after 7pm on Wednesday 1st February 2017 following reports that a man had been shot by another male outside Anna Jungs chip shop.

When officers arrived at the scene they found the victim, 26-year-old Aaron Lewis, who was suffering from serious gunshot wounds.

He was taken to Aintree Hospital where he was pronounced dead a short while later.

A 27 year-old man was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder and later bailed.

An investigation into Aaron’s death remains ongoing.

Detective Chief Inspector John Middleton said: “This was a callous, targeted attack on a residential street which resulted in the death of a young man who had his whole life ahead of him.

“His family have been left devastated by their loss and are still coming to terms with happened to Aaron. They deserve to have answers and for the person or people responsible for Aaron’s death to be brought to justice.

“I want to stress that Merseyside Police is committed to keeping our communities safe and targeting gun and serious crime.

“There is no place in our city to firearms or those who use them to cause fear in our communities but we need the public to help us in our fight to get guns off our streets.

“I would urge anyone who has any information which could assist with this investigation to contact us. Any bit of information could be vital to our enquiries. Similarly I would ask anyone who has any information about where firearms are being stored on Merseyside to contact us.”

Anyone who has any information which could help detectives with their inquiries is asked to contact detectives on 0800 230 0600, or the Crimestoppers hotline anonymously on 0800 555 111