The man caught on CCTV opening fire was never traced
A man who was injured when a gun was fired randomly in a Luton street has been jailed after admitting affray.
One of four victims, Londoner David O'Sadebay, 22, already serving a sentence for possessing a firearm, pleaded guilty at Luton Crown Court.
The gunman, who fired the semi-automatic weapon into a crowd on 14 November 2006, has not been traced.
Earlier this week, two men from London, were jailed indefinitely after being convicted over the shooting.
Brenton Dias, 23, currently in jail for supplying heroin and crack cocaine, was told he must serve a minimum of seven-and-a-quarter years before parole is considered.
George Booth, 23, was told he will serve a minimum of six-and-a-half years, before being considered for parole.
The court had heard O'Sadebay was one of 11 men who had travelled up to Luton from London on 14 November 2006, and became involved in trouble at a party that followed a student charity night in the town.
His barrister, Constance Briscoe, said O'Sadebay had been involved in a "tussle" and did not know he had been shot.
"He lashed out and used unlawful violence. His actions were retaliatory," she said.
None of those hurt in the shootings suffered life-threatening injuries.