Man arrested over fatal shooting in Wythenshawe

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Kevin Bond
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Kevin Bond was shot after getting out of his car at traffic lights

A man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering a man who was shot dead in south Manchester.

Kevin Bond, 30, was shot in the stomach after an argument with the occupants of a car which was stopped at lights in Wythenshawe on 19 September.

The father-of-one was taken to hospital and underwent emergency surgery but died a short time later.

The suspect, a 30-year-old local man, handed himself in at a police station on Friday night.

Greater Manchester Police said he remains in police custody for questioning.

Mr Bond was a passenger in a Seat Leon that was stopped at traffic lights on Rowlands Way, Wythenshawe, at the junction with Simonsway.

He got out and walked over to a silver car that was stopped behind the Seat and was shot in the stomach.

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