Police in Leeds have arrested a man in connection with the shooting of a woman police officer in the city early on Wednesday.
West Yorkshire police had launched a manhunt for James Leslie, 37, after the incident shortly after 4am in Cardigan Road in the Hyde Park district.
The force confirmed it had arrested a 37-year-old man in nearby Wood Lane in the Headingley area of the city.
A source at the force told local councillor Neil Walshaw: “We got him.”
Local reports said 12 houses were cordoned off on Cardigan Road.
The force said two uniformed officers attended a routine call to a disturbance and were confronted by a man at the address who fired at them.
“One female officer received serious but non-life-threatening injuries. A male officer was uninjured. The female officer is currently undergoing treatment in hospital,” said a police spokesman.