This is the shocking moment a father-of-two was gunned down in broad daylight – as two young girls played in princess outfits nearby.
CCTV footage shows the children, who had been playing on Birch Street, Ashton-under-Lyne, running away in fear after Luke Graham, 31, was killed.
Graham, known as ‘Tank’, was lured to the area on the premise that he was carrying out a drug deal.
But three men in balaclavas turned up at around 4.50pm and opened fire, fatally wounding Graham and injuring Graham’s associate, Anton Verigotta, who ran away from the scene.
The footage, that was first shown in the BBC documentary The Detectives: Fighting Organised Crime, shows Verigotta leaving the van, while Graham remains in the passenger seat, waiting for his partner to return.
A gunman wearing all black comes out of the address and shoots inside the vehicle where Graham is sitting, before crossing the street and firing at Verigotta, before returning to the van and firing a shot into the driver’s side.
He then goes back round the passenger side, where Graham is seen hanging out of the vehicle, fatally wounded.
The shooter – Wade Cox – was later caught and is currently serving a life sentence for the murder, and will spend a minimum of 36 years behind bars .
Four other men were also jailed for their role in the killing.
But one suspect – Callum Halpin – remains at large and was on Wednesday named as one of the UK’s most wanted criminals.
Halpin , 27, is wanted by Greater Manchester Police (GMP) in connection with Graham’s murder and the attempted murder of Anton Verigotta.
Halpin is 6ft, of fair complexion, a gym user with an athletic build, and possibly a lazy eye.
He has links to Spain and Turkey but his last known address was Beede Street, in Openshaw.
Graham, a small-time drug dealer, was released from prison shortly before his murder but he sparked the ire of local gangs by undercutting their prices on drugs.