A TEENAGER from Huddersfield is being quizzed about the murder of a nightclubber.
The 18-year-old youth has been arrested in connection with the murder of a man who was shot dead outside a nightclub in Ravensthorpe.
Michael Hanley, 23, of Harehills, Leeds, was shot in the stomach outside Sheridan's Bar on December 27.
The 18-year-old was arrested in Doncaster yesterday on suspicion of murder and taken to Dewsbury for questioning, police said.
He was still being held today.
Four other men are currently on bail pending further inquiries.
The focus of the inquiry switched from Dewsbury to Huddersfield on New Year's Eve, when police found a silver VW Golf in a garage at Britannia Mills, Milnsbridge.
The vehicle is thought to have been used by Mr Hanley's killer.
Mr Hanley had been to a party at a house in the Leeds Road area of Huddersfield on Boxing Day night last December.
He was with a 23-year-old friend from Leeds, who he had known from his schooldays.
They made the fateful decision in the early hours of Tuesday to travel to Sheridan's Bar, tucked away on an industrial estate behind Johnsons Drive-in Dry Cleaning at Huddersfield Road, Ravensthorpe.
Mr Hanley and his friend were both attacked by a gang outside the club after an incident inside.
Mr Hanley was shot once in the stomach by a bullet from 9mm automatic weapon.
He fell to the ground and died a short time later at the scene from his injuries despite frantic efforts by club staff and revellers to save him.
Mr Hanley's friend suffered a slight head injury during the attack and ran to a maroon BMW 316, which he used to speed away from the scene as attackers surrounded the car.
Around 200 revellers were thought to have been in the club when the trouble started.