We can exclusively reveal Police have recovered a car that we understand was uninsured and being used to transport large amounts of drugs from a housing estate in Waterlooville, as part of the investigation into the shooting of Jamie Sibley.
Sibley who has blighted the neighbourhood by flooding it with drugs has undergone emergency surgery and received life-changing injuries as a result of the incident, He was shot at; in the early hours on Monday morning (13th February 2017) in Athena Avenue, Crookhorn near Waterlooville.
A sixth person remains in custody being quizzed by murder squad detectives following the sting operation that took place on Tuesday. A source close to the investigation has revealed The vehicle we understand belong to a man who has since passed away and was part of the mobility scheme. As previously reported Police are still hunting the firearm used in the attempted killed of Sibley.
Our Source has revealed that Cops have been combing the vehicle at a secure forensic facility for the past two days after it was spotted being recovered under Police escort back to the secure facility.
Scene of Crime specialists have removed bullets from the vehicle that is riddled with holes and have matched them to ones removed from injury during surgery from Sibley’s head,who still remains in Southampton General Hospital.