Police in Liverpool have made more than 30 arrests in 24 hours as they crack down on organised crime after the fatal shooting of Olivia Pratt-Korbel.
Merseyside Police said it had made 32 arrests, carried out 66 stop and searches, executed 11 warrants and seized eight vehicles.
It comes after nine-year-old Olivia was shot dead in her own home in Dovecot a week ago.
A total of 202 people have now been arrested in the crackdown on gangs.
Two men arrested on suspicion of Olivia’s murde
Her mother, Cheryl, 46, was injured as she tried to the shut the door but the attacker fired more shots.
Ian Byrne, Labour MP for Liverpool West Derby, told BBC North West Today that her killing had been “horrendous and senseless”.
He added: “Everyone’s heart goes out to the family.”