Police were called at around 9.40pm to reports of shots fired on Clough Road, close to Bramall Lane, and discovered a man with “life-threatening injuries consistent with firearms discharge.”
He was pronounced dead at the scene.
A second 31-year-old man suffered minor injuries consistent with firearms discharge and was taken to hospital.
A huge cordon remains in place around St Mary's Gate this morning. A police tent and screen has been erected along a footpath next to the sports court adjacent to St Mary’s Church.
Both Kent Road and Nicholson Road in nearby Heeley have also been sealed off following a police chase early this morning.
The incidents are not connected, South Yorkshire Police has told The Star.
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LIVE BLOG: Updates after man shot dead on Bramall Lane, Sheffield and second street cordoned off
Last updated: Thursday, 01 January, 1970, 01:00
- Police confirm 30-year-old man killed after reported shooting on Clough Road, close to Bramall Lane.
- Kent Road and Nicholson Road in Heeley cordoned off following reported police chase early this morning.
- Car also flipped on its head in reported police chase on Horninglow Road in the early hours.
Photos from the scene of the shooting
Police statement on fatal shooting in Sheffield last night
“Police were called at around 9:40pm on Saturday 10 April to reports of shots fired in Clough Road, Sheffield.
“Police attended the scene and discovered a 30-year-old man with life-threatening injuries consistent with firearms discharge.
“He was very sadly pronounced deceased at the scene.
“A second 31-year-old man suffered minor injuries consistent with firearms discharge.
“He was taken to hospital via ambulance to receive treatment.
“An investigation has been launched to find those responsible.
“Police remain at the scene and a cordon is in place whilst officers conduct their enquiries.
“If anyone has any information that might help, please call 101 quoting incident number 984 of 10 April.
“Alternatively, you can stay completely anonymous by contacting the independent charity Crimestoppers via their website Crimestoppers-uk.org or by calling their UK Contact Centre on 0800 555 111.”