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30 April 2013, 12:15 | Updated: 30 April 2013, 12:30
Crimestoppers is offering a reward of up to £2,000 for information which leads to the conviction of any person involved in the shooting of a man in Aylesbury last year.
The charity says the person will be able to remain anonymous and hope this will remove the barrier of fear to speaking up.
Kevin Williams, 34, was found at an address in Stour Close at 10am on 28 March 2012.
He had gunshot wounds to his arms and head and was left in a critical condition and suffered life-changing injuries.
“Someone out there knows who carried out this callous attack but it may be they are just too scared to speak to the police for fear of repercussions,” said Julia Hughes, Regional Manager for Crimestoppers in Thames Valley.
“Our 24/7 phone and online services give the public a way of speaking up safely, without fear of being identified or connected to the call.
“We urge anyone with information to contact us; we don’t judge or need to know details about you. We simply act as a ‘middle-man’ to get your information to the police and help bring these criminals to justice and prevent any future attacks.”
Senior investigating officer Detective Chief Inspector Gill Wootton added: “The investigation into this horrific shooting is continuing and I welcome the significant reward being offered by Crimestoppers.
“Over a year may have passed but we are as committed as ever to finding the culprits behind this incident and bringing them to justice.
"I believe someone out there holds vital information that could assist us this investigation and hope that the reward might encourage them to come forward.
“We still do not believe this was a random attack and so I urge anyone with information to contact police or Crimestoppers as soon as possible.”
*Crimestoppers is offering this reward of up to £2,000 for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of anyone responsible for this offence. Only information provided anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 will be eligible for the reward. Information can also be given via a secure online form found on www.crimestoppers-uk.org but will not be eligible for a reward.