POLICE have confirmed they are not seeking any more suspects for the murder of a Thornton Lodge man.
Zubair Munir was found shot in the head and dumped on moorland above Ripponden on Sunday, April, 17 - exactly a week after he went missing.
A day later, when police went to talk to suspect Alex Lawton, who was staying at The Fleece pub in Ripponden, he produced a gun and shot two detectives. Miraculously, neither was badly hurt.
A 44-year-old woman detective constable was shot in the thigh and her 39-year-old male colleague was wounded in the stomach.
Lawton, 28, of Almondbury, was later found critically wounded in a car at Northowram, Halifax. He had shot himself in the head and died the next day.
An inquest into his death will open in Bradford on Friday.
The officer leading the investigation, Det Supt Paul Kennedy, has confirmed that detectives are not looking for anyone else in connection with Zubair's murder.
The implication is that Lawton was solely responsible for the killing and dumping Zubair's body on moorland.
Officers had already revealed that the bullet used to kill Zubair, the bullets which wounded the police and bullets found in Lawton's red Peugeot 106 car, all matched.
Police are now finalising the inquiry and preparing a file for the coroner.