CCTV released in relation to Moss Side drive-by shooting that left two teenage girls injured

Daisy Jackson Daisy Jackson - 7th September 2022

Police have released a CCTV image of a vehicle of interest in an investigation into a drive-by shooting in Moss Side.

The incident just before 10.30pm on Friday 29 July left two teenage girls – one 16, the other 13 years old – injured.

Neither girl was believed to be the intended target of the shooting, and were just leaving a party on Quinney Street.

The 16-year-old was taken to hospital with serious injuries, while the 13-year-old sustained injuries from shrapnel. Both were discharged from hospital and are recovering at home.

GMP are looking for a dark SUV in relation to a drive-by shooting in Moss Side. Credit: GMP

Police are now renewing their appeal for information, including dashcam or doorbell footage.


Officers are interested in sightings of a dark-coloured SUV-type car.

Detective Inspector Madeline Kelly of Xcalibre Task Force said: “This incident could have been far more serious. We do not believe that the two girls were the intended targets, they were just at the address enjoying a party. This shows me that those responsible are dangerous and have zero regard for who could have been injured that night. 


“Guns have no place on the streets of Manchester and we are determined to bring those responsible for this callous attack to justice. I am appealing to anyone who was in the Moss Side area on Friday 29 of July, between 10pm and 11pm, who may have seen a vehicle being driven erratically to contact us.

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“I am particularly interested in any sightings of a dark coloured SUV type car and I am asking for anyone with dashcam or doorbell footage which may have captured those responsible, either arriving or leaving the area, to please make contact. I have trained officers on hand who can download and review any footage.


“I am also appealing to anyone in the local community, or wider, who has any information about the incident to come forward either directly or via Crimestoppers.”

Anyone with information can contact police directly by calling 0161 856 6015 or 101. Alternatively, you can use the Live Chat service on our website or you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. The following link will also give you access to the Major Incident Public Portal where you can submit information, images or video footage.

Featured image: GMP