Watch as cops corner Luton gunman Justice McCann who shot man in heart & went on run – before 'laughing' in interview | The Sun

THIS is the moment cops cornered a gunman after he shot a man in the heart and went on the run – before "laughing" in an interview.

Drug dealer Justice McCann, 23, was jailed for over 22 years after he went on a "rampage" around Luton.

McCann shot a man in the chest, missing his heart by just inches and leaving him in hospital for weeks.

Specialist cops used McCann's phone data to track him down to an address outside the town.

Footage broadcast on 24 Hours in Police Custody shows the moment armed police corned the gunman at the house where he was lying low.

The officers checked out McCann's bolthole from all angles, including over his next door neighbour's fence.

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When they spotted him inside, they massed outside the front door and shouted at him to come out with his hands up.

He was then told to lie on the floor with his arms raised and his palms visible.

Cops then led McCann into a car, where they arrested him for attempted murder.

The Channel 4 show also captures the shocking moment McCann started laughing during an interview in custody.

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When his interrogator pointed out that he had a "fairly decent beard" and "long, straggly hair", the gangster bit his lip before giggling uncontrollably.

His astonished interrogator said: "You're finding this funny, Justice.

"The poor old victim got shot in the chest."

McCann later admitted attempted murder, possessing firearms and intent to supply cannabis at Luton Crown Court.

He was jailed for 22 and a half years with five years at licence in January last year.

Det Sgt Wil Taylor said: "In my whole career I haven't come across an incident like Justice McCann.

"He was a violent man, a lone gunman, sort of going on a bit of a rampage.

"The satisfaction I got and I know that rest of my team got from the result was a fantastic feeling."

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