CCTV released in Leeds shooting inquiry

Group in cleaning bay of BP garage
Image caption Police are trying to trace a group of people seen outside a filling station

Police hunting the killers of a man who was gunned down at his sister's house have released CCTV images on the second anniversary of his death.

Adam Chadwick, 20, was shot when three masked men and a woman burst into the house in Clifton Mount, Harehills in Leeds, on 24 June 2008.

He died in hospital two days later from a single bullet wound to the head.

Police have released CCTV of a group of people outside a BP filling station on Roundhay Road in Leeds.

Officers want to know if the group saw a blue Ford Focus C-Max car, thought to have been used by Mr Chadwick's killers, at the garage on 20 June.

The vehicle was stolen from the Oatland Heights area of Little London on 11 June.

Det Supt Steve Payne, of West Yorkshire Police's homicide and major enquiry team, said: "Two years have now passed since Adam's tragic death and I as well as the rest of the inquiry team remain as determined as ever to catch those responsible."

Image caption Adam Chadwick had a three-year-old daughter called Ruby

Mr Chadwick left behind a daughter Ruby, who turned five on Wednesday.

His mother Jackie Chadwick said: "At the moment to me, Adam is not at rest properly yet because we have not got justice for him.

"Until we get justice for him I will not settle."

One of the lines of inquiry being investigated by police is that Mr Chadwick's shooting was a case of mistaken identity.

On the night of his death, a woman had knocked at the house and others in the area asking for "Michelle", which detectives believe is linked to the murder investigation.

But the woman and the masked men, who wore camouflage clothing, have yet to be traced.

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