Police in Scotland are frantically searching for a shooter, involved in the attempted murder of a farmer, as reported by the Farmers Guardian.
The incident resulted in a 41-year-old man suffering injuries after he was shot in the attack. Police are treating the incident as an attempted murder and have subsequently launched an investigation into the incident.
The incident occurred on Tuesday, October 31st, at Crosslee Farm, Bridge of Weir in Scotland at approximately 2:30pm. The injured man was taken to Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley, where his condition is being described as stable.
Police investigations so far have found that a dark green coloured saloon shaped car was seen in the area at the time. The car was occupied by three to four men at the time and the car was seen speeding off immediately after the shooting. It was seen driving towards the B789.
It is understood that police believe the attack was a targeted one and have appealed for any witnesses to the incident or anyone who may have seen suspicious behaviour in the area to come forward.