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Public urged not to 'snitch' over child's shooting

Police have said they will not investigate the posting of "no snitching" leaflets through the doors of properties near the shop in south London where a 5-year-old girl was shot.

Suspect in Stockwell shooting stabbed

One of the teenage suspects in the shooting of five-year-old Thusha Kamaleswaran has been stabbed. The 17-year-old is in a "serious but stable" condition under police guard in hospital, sources confirmed.

Second man charged in shop shooting investigation

Kazeem Kolawole, 18, was tonight charged with two counts of attempted murder following the shooting of five-year-old Thusha Kamaleswaran and 35-year-old Roshan Selvakumar in Stockwell, south London, the Crown Prosecution Service said.



Mother's plea following Stockwell shooting

The mother of shot five-year-old Thusha Kamaleswaran has urged people to help the police and save another family from suffering the same tragedy.

Man remanded over shop shooting

A man was remanded in custody today charged with two counts of attempted murder following the shooting of five-year-old Thusha Kamaleswaran and a 35-year-old man.

Boy aged 14 arrested over shooting of five-year-old

Detectives investigating a shooting at a shop in Stockwell, south London, that left a five-year-old girl with serious injuries have arrested a 14-year-old boy in connection with the incident.

Man questioned over shop shooting of five-year-old girl

Police were questioning a man today in connection with the shooting of five-year-old Thusha Kamaleswaran.

50 gangs prowling area where 5-year-old was shot

Up to 50 violent gangs could be operating in the area where five-year-old Thursha Kamaleswaran was caught in the crossfire of a feud, sources said yesterday.

Target of gang who shot girl hands himself in to police

Detectives hunting gang members who shot a five-year-old girl arrested a 19-year-old man yesterday afternoon.

'Target' traced over gang that shot girl aged five

One of the youths thought to have been the target of the gang who accidentally shot five-year-old Thursha Kamaleswaran has contacted police.

Five-year-old girl becomes London's latest gun victim

A five-year-old girl was in a critical condition last night after being caught in the crossfire of a gang shooting.

Gang targets sought after Stockwell shooting

Police were tonight hunting three youths for shooting a five-year-old girl and a shopkeeper.

Man faces jail for 1988 rape

A sex attacker who subjected a teenage waitress to a terrifying knifepoint rape ordeal more than 20 years ago faces jail after being caught in a cold case review.

Victoria Station murder trial halted

The Old Bailey trial of seven teenagers accused of the murder a 15-year-old boy at Victoria station ground to a halt today after jurors were discharged.

Business Diary: City shows where its interest lies

We're not saying that people in the City are heartless, but you can't help raising an eyebrow at the results of a survey published yesterday by the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment.

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