The Vernon Pub shooting: Vernon Park used to get to the scene
Police say the person responsible for the shooting at an Old Basford pub could have used Vernon Park to get to the scene.
Shots were fired into the rear garden of the Vernon Pub, at the junction of Vernon Avenue and Vernon Road, injuring a 22-year-old woman on Friday August 17.
The incident happened at about 9.30pm.
Investigating officers believe the shots may have been fired from Vernon Park Drive - a cul-de-sac which backs onto the park and is next to the pub.
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Detective Chief Inspector Louise Jordan said: "While we don't know the exact movements of the offender, or offenders, Vernon Park could have been used as a quick way to get to the scene.
"It was a warm evening and it would have still been light so there may have been other people in the park at the time of the incident.
The victim sustained a single wound to her body and was taken to the Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham. She was later discharged and has since recovered.
Crimestoppers is offering a £3,000 for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person, or people, responsible.
Six people have been arrested in connection with the incident and all remain on bail pending further enquiries.
DCI Jordan added: "A very detailed and thorough investigation was carried out following the incident which involved detectives trawling through CCTV, forensic experts meticulously searching the area and extensive house-to-house enquiries.
"We have spoken to people who were enjoying a drink in the pub and the rear garden when it happened, but there may be other members of the community who have yet to tell us what they know."
Witnesses or anyone with information is urged to call Nottinghamshire Police on 101, quoting incident 000579-05122012 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.