Member of Outlaws biker gang named as the dead man shot dead outside pubs in Sheffield
A man shot dead in Sheffield has been named as a member of the Outlaws biker gang.
Pamzt Delaney, 37, was among four people injured in the shootings in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Two of the victims have been released from hospital and a 34-year-old man remains in hospital.
The fourth man, born in the north-east, remains in a serious but stable condition.
The man shot dead has been named as Raymond McOwen, 37, from Sheffield. He was shot in the head as the attackers opened fire in four shots at his car in a car park in the the Old Peckisham Road area of the city.
A witness, Emma Douglas, told the Yorkshire Evening Post that the gunman, who had boarded a group of four men at random, said: “Where the f*ck are you boys at? We’re from the Outlaws and I just shot you.”
Another witness, who did not want to be named, told the Sheffield Star: “I was driving down Old Peckisham road at 2.30am and there was a man in the car just inside the car park and he was shot. He was screaming but he was trying to get away, hiding behind a car. I drove past him and he was slumped in the driver’s seat.”
Police seized the 4×4 suspect vehicle soon after. A man at the scene told the Sheffield Star that a person had run out of the car screaming: “Where are the Outlaws boys at? I’ve just shot them.”
A 39-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder and taken into custody for questioning.