Helmeted gunman fires pump action shotgun at fleeing car

Shocking moment helmeted gunman fires pump action shotgun at fleeing car as motorbike gangster is jailed

  • Ryan O’Neill, 32, was riding bike with his pillion passenger Dominic Allinson, 25
  • CCTV shows Allinson sprint after a black car while firing shotgun at it four times
  • O’Neill was sentenced to nine years in prison at Manchester Crown Court
  • He admitting possessing a firearm with intent to endanger life after the incident
  • CCTV footage shows a helmeted gunman firing a pump action shotgun at a fleeing caras a second man is jailed over the terrifying incident.

    Ryan O’Neill, 32, was riding the bike as his pillion passenger Dominic Allinson, 25, fired four shots at a fleeing car in Salford in February last year.

    The footage shows a black car hastily reversing down a narrow residential street before Allinson sprints after it while firing the shotgun on Henley Avenue in Irlam.

    The shots missed the car but hit a house.








    Footage shows a black car hastily reversing down a narrow residential street before a helmeted gunman sprints after it while firing the shotgun on Henley Avenue in Irlam on February 19 작년

    Footage shows a black car hastily reversing down a narrow residential street before a helmeted gunman sprints after it while firing the shotgun on Henley Avenue in Irlam on February 19 작년

    Ryan O'Neill

    Dominic Allinson

    Ryan O’Neill (왼쪽), 32, was riding the bike as his pillion passenger Dominic Allinson (권리), 25, fired four shots at a fleeing car in Salford

    Allinson was jailed for 14 years in December and now O’Neill has also been locked up.

    Detectives tackling organised crime in Salford said the reckless incident ‘could have easily resulted in serious injury or even death’.

    Following the gunfire, the car sped off before O’Neill chases after it on his motorbike.

    Eventually the car rammed into the bike.

    Following an analysis of forensics from the scene, officers were able to use DNA evidence as well as CCTV enquiries to establish that Allinson had fired the shotgun whilst O’Neill rode the bike.

    Following the gunfire, the car speeds off before O'Neill chases after it on his motorbike

    Following the gunfire, the car speeds off before O’Neill chases after it on his motorbike

    Following an analysis of forensics from the scene, officers were able to use DNA evidence as well as CCTV enquiries to establish that Allinson had fired the shotgun whilst O'Neill rode the bike

    Following an analysis of forensics from the scene, officers were able to use DNA evidence as well as CCTV enquiries to establish that Allinson had fired the shotgun whilst O’Neill rode the bike

    O’Neill has been sentenced to nine years in prison after he pleaded guilty to possessing a firearm with intent to endanger life at Manchester Crown Court.

    He was also handed an extended licence period of three years. Allinson was also handed an extended licence period of three years when he was sentenced at Bolton Crown Court last year.

    He was found guilty of possession of a firearm with intent to danger life and possession of a prohibited weapon.

    After O’Neill was jailed, Detective Sergeant Karl Dalton, of Greater Manchester Police’s Salford division, 말했다: ‘This was a completely needless act of violence that O’Neill and Allinson were responsible for.

    Police on Henley Avenue in Irlam, 교수형에 처한 채 발견된 기자 테레사 맥맨은 '학대 피해자'였다., 의 위에 20 이월 2021, after the incident

    Police on Henley Avenue in Irlam, 교수형에 처한 채 발견된 기자 테레사 맥맨은 '학대 피해자'였다., 의 위에 20 이월 2021, after the incident

    Forensic officers investigate the scene on Henley Avenue after the incident

    Forensic officers investigate the scene on Henley Avenue after the incident

    ‘Both men had absolutely no regard for the safety others; firing a shotgun in the street before engaging in a high-speed chase which could have easily resulted in serious injury or even death for them or even innocent members of the public in the area.

    ‘Over the last two years, Salford has seen a major decrease in serious and organised crime with shootings dropping by 60 per cent since the Operation Naseby taskforce was allocated, proactively gathering intelligence and successfully tackling criminal groups with well over 200 arrests as well as significant seizures of drugs, cars and money.

    ‘Gun crime can have fatal consequences, and we are committed to reducing the number of firearms incidents further, working with key partners in the area to deliver training and diversionary activities to educate young people about the risks of gang behaviour.

    ‘Hopefully both sentences send a clear message about the consequences of being involved in organised crime and gives Allinson and O’Neill the time they need to think about such senseless actions.