| Latest Crime News | Saturday October 27 2012 10:22
Gisborne detectives are continuing to search for the man wanted over a shooting in the city.
They've identified him as a 33-year-old local - Warren Jacques Tarawa, and say he should not be approached as he may still have the weapon used in Friday's incident.
The incident occurred when a maroon coloured Toyota Lucinda 'people mover' arrived at an address in Stout street, and the front passenger presented what is believed to be a .22 rifle at the occupants.
At least one shot was then believed to be discharged in the direction of the occupants before the vehicle left the scene.
None of the occupants at the address which included two children aged 15 and 17 months of age were injured however a projectile has hit a car parked on the property.
The Police were called and a short time later located the Maroon Toyota at an address in Huxley Road.
It is believed that Tarawa, who lives in the Kaiti area, may have used a weapon in the incident, and is still in possession of that weapon.
Gisborne Police are calling for anyone who has any information in relation to Tarawa's whereabouts to contact them.
Another man who is alleged to have been involved is due to appear in Gisborne District Court, and police will oppose bail.
Photo: Gisborne Police