POLICE officers travelled more than 100 miles to Oxford armed with guns and Tasers to hunt for a gunman. 

Travelling in convoy, more than 10 officers in vans, cars, and undercover Range Rovers stopped what is thought to be a taxi driver in his tracks as he was leaving Saunders Road in Cowley at 3pm yesterday.

It's the ninth arrest Derbyshire Police have made after a gun was fired during a fight on Tuesday, May 12. 

Earlier residents on the road described the dramatic scenes of shouting, guns, and Tasers as they watched a driver get 'boxed in' by plain-clothed officers holding guns. 

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Police officers from the force had raced to the incident just before 6pm after reports of a standoff between two groups of men. 

They were all spotted bolting away from the scene in separate cars. 

Now police have made two more arrests - one in Oxford - bringing the total number of people questioned to nine. 

The two men, aged 21 and 25, are now in police custody. 

See pictures of the officers lining the quiet street holding their weapons here. 

The men previously arrested have been bailed or released under investigation.

Anybody with information should call 101 quoting reference 20*240776.