POLICE have vowed to track down all those involved in a murder bid.
Two men were jailed last week for attempted murder after a shooting in a Rastrick alleyway.
But detectives believe other people were involved and have promised to try to hunt them down.
Alan Morrison, 46, was given an 18-year-jail term after a jury found him guilty of the attempted murder of a former friend he suspected of being a child abuser.
And it emerged after his conviction that Morrison, of Cold Street, Haworth, near Keighley, had been sentenced to an 18-month jail term in 1998 for indecent assault on a girl under 14.
John Hardy, 47, of Rochdale Road, Greetland, was jailed for 14 years for his part in the attack after a three-week trial at Bradford Crown Court.
Hardy was absent from the dock when he was sentenced, complaining of chest pains.
The court heard that Frederick Paul Stephens, 52, was driven to secluded railway arches at Bridge End on March 14 last year and shot in the stomach.
The motive emerged that his would-be killers believed he had abused a five-year-old girl, but Mr Stephens was never charged.
Police now say other people were present that night and they will continue to hunt them down.
After the case Det Sgt Gary Stephenson, who led the investigation, said the serious nature of the offence was reflected in the sentences.
"People such as Alan Morrison and John Hardy cannot be allowed to take the law into their own hands," he said.
"The criminal use of firearms has no place in our society and will not be tolerated. This is reflected in their sentences.
"It's quite apparent that other people were present that night and inquiries will continue to bring those people before the courts.
"It's been a rolling inquiry since the start."