It's likely crazed Anglicans on a rampage in Bradford, England: Two police constables, both female, were shot during a robbery, and one is dead. Yup, Anglicans.
The suspects, who have been in the UK for some time, were taken from London to Yorkshire yesterday morning in a high-speed, heavily guarded armed convoy and were interviewed at police stations across West Yorkshire. Forensic science searches also continued at the Universal Express travel agency in Bradford city centre.
Within two minutes of reaching the travel agency on Friday, the women encountered raiders as they left with money deposited by residents for dispatch to families in Pakistan. PC Beshenivsky was killed by a single bullet which penetrated her lightly armoured vest and hit her in the chest
Through the window the robbers — two black, one Asian, all aged in their twenties — spotted the fluorescent yellow jackets. They burst out. Before the officers could respond, a shot rang out. Mrs Beshenivsky was hit in the chest.
FIVE Somalis were being questioned by police last night about the murder of a woman police officer in Bradford.
All six suspects are understood to be members of the Somali community who have lived in Britain for a number of years and have links to the Thamesmead area of southeast London. Police have released few details about the suspects in case they are eventually charged.
Mohammed Bashir owns a restaurant inside the cordon.
He said: "The restaurant has been closed and we can't go in and my food is there... (the policeman) can't let me go in and set all the foods up."
His colleague Yasin Khan added: "The loss of the officer is sad and as a community we condemn this. Obviously it's affected the businesses and at the weekend we have a lot of trade."
Well, they were still likely Anglicans.