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Mark Short shooting: Three men arrested over pub murder

Category: England

Published: 12th Jun 2012 14:29:02

Three men have been arrested on suspicion of murder following the shooting of a man in a Greater Manchester pub.

Mark Short, 23, died when a masked gunman opened fire in the Cotton Tree Inn in Droylsden on 25 May.

Two other men suffered gunshot wounds to their leg and a third suffered a wound to his back in the incident.

A 27-year-old, 29-year-old and 37-year-old were arrested in connection with Mr Short's death and remain in custody.

After the shooting, police said the gunman, who was wearing a balaclava, escaped in a Ford Focus which was believed to have had two people inside.

It was later found abandoned and alight in Ellison Close, Hattersley.

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