DETAILS about the killing of a Huddersfield man will be revealed at an inquest this week.
Police are to tell what they think happened to 20-year-old Zubair Munir before his body was found on isolated moorland above Ripponden in April last year.
The facts are due to emerge when an inquest resumes in Halifax on Thursday.
Mr Munir, of Springdale Avenue, Thornton Lodge, was killed by a single gunshot wound to the head.
Mr Munir, who had a conviction for possessing class A drugs, had been missing from his home for a week.
The day after Mr Munir's body was found detectives from the newly-formed West Yorkshire Police homicide and major inquiry team went to speak to Almondbury man, Alexander Lawton about his death.
The conversation was to spark a major incident which resulted in 28-year-old Lawton firing a pistol at detectives and then turning the gun on himself.
Public school-educated Lawton was staying at The Fleece Inn, Ripponden when interviewed.
An earlier inquest into his death in May last year heard how he suddenly produced a gun and shot them both.
A 44-year-old woman was shot in the thigh and her 39-year-old male colleague was hit in the stomach. Neither was badly hurt.
Hours later Lawton was found slumped in a car in Northowram, Halifax, with a bullet wound to the head.
He died the next day at Bradford Royal Infirmary. A gun was found in the vehicle.
His inquest was adjourned pending further inquiries.