A man wanted by police in connection with the shooting of a grandad in a caravan park has handed himself in. Avon and Somerset Police wanted to trace Charlie Broadway in connection with the fatal attack at a travellers' site which happened shortly before 8pm on Thursday 5 May.
The 23-year-old has been held on suspicion of murder and attempted murder following the double shooting that took place at the Chubbards Cross caravan park, near Ilton, in Somerset. A man, named locally as Wilf Isaacs, who was in his 50s, died at the scene. A second man in his 20s, sustained non-life-threatening injuries.
The force confirmed that Broadway handed himself in on Friday 6 May. A police spokesman wrote on Twitter: "Charlie Broadway has handed himself in and has been arrested."
Police added they believe the shooting was a domestic incident. Detective Superintendent Andy Bevan said: "I would like to thank each and every member of the public who have assisted us with this investigation.
"We are now, however, asking the public to help us locate a further two people involved in the shooting incident in Ilton last night. As part of this on-going inquiry we are now also keen to speak to John Broadway, 37, and Donna Broadway, 26, who have yet to come forward.
"John is described as white, with dark brown hair, brown eyes and a thin build. Neither are considered to pose any risk to the public but we would urge the pair to contact us directly. "
The Avon & Somerset force has said that they are still searching for the weapon used in the attack and police still want to trace John Broadway, 37, and Donna Broadway, 26, who have yet to come forward. As of yet formal identification of the body has not taken place.
Relatives of the deceased man paid tributes on social media following the incident. Wilf's niece, Teresa Winter, wrote: "Rip uncle wilfie love you all the world best man in somerset! Xxxx."