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New footage of shooting suspect

CCTV image of Ernest Wright
Wright served 26 years in prison after being convicted of murder

Police have issued CCTV footage of a man they want to speak to over a fatal shooting in Bradford.

Convicted killer Ernest Wright, 67, has been on the run since 44-year-old Neville Corby was shot dead at his home in Ashbourne Road on 30 March.

Mr Corby's 31-year-old partner was shot in the chest and is said to be in a "stable and improving" condition.

Detectives have urged Wright to come forward and have warned the public not to approach him.

The new footage of Wright was recorded "a few days" before the shooting, West Yorkshire Police said.

Det Supt Chris Thompson said: "We remain very anxious to trace Ernest Wright and ask again for him to come forward.

"He was well connected in Bradford and we believe someone will know where he is or have information which will help is find him.

"It is vital we speak to him and I would ask anyone who knows something to contact us now."

More than 120 officers are now working on the case.

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