UPDATE: Bus conductor hurt in HWT Road gun attack
Licence plate readers help cops track car believed to be involved in incident
A police service vehicle at the intersection of Half-Way-Tree Road and Beechwood Avenue following a shooting incident on Wednesday.

The police are following several leads in a shooting which happened on Half-Way-Tree Road, in the vicinity of a popular bakery, on Wednesday.

Reports are that three males in a white Probox shot and injured a bus conductor, and escaped. The bus conductor was hospitalised.

The incident caused a massive traffic pile-up on Half-Way-Tree Road and surrounding areas as police processed the crime scene.

READ: Crime scene causes traffic pile-up on Half-Way-Tree Road

Alleged eyewitnesses reported the licence plate of the car, and police have tracked the vehicle to the address of the owner who lives in the Stony Hill area of St Andrew.

OBSERVER ONLINE will have more as the story breaks.

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