London news: A child is among four people injured by gunshot wounds
Police were called at 9.45pm on Wednesday, June 3, to shots fired in Energen Close, Harlesden. Officers attended along with London Ambulance Service and found four people suffering gunshot injuries. A spokesperson from Met Police said: “Three of the injured are adults and one is a young child.
“All four have been taken by ambulance to hospital. We await an assessment of their conditions and will release further details when possible.
“Any witnesses or anyone with information should call police on 101 quoting reference 8326/03june. To remain anonymous, please contact the independent charity Crimestoppers.
“A Section 60 order is in place for the borough of Brent until 7am on Thursday, 4 June.
“A dispersal zone has also been authorised for the Harlesden area. There will be additional police patrols in the area overnight.”
London shooting: Police cars were parked in the road
There has been no arrests. Enquires will continue.
A Section 60 order has been in place for the borough of Brent.
This will last until 7am on Thursday (June 4).
A dispersal zone has also been authorised for the Harlesden area.
The ages of the four victims have not yet been disclosed by police.
So far no arrests have been made.
A Section 60 stop and search power has been authorised for the entire borough of Brent until tomorrow morning.
A crime scene remains. pic.twitter.com/3GMMqzT9o3
— London 999 Feed (@999London) June 3, 2020
Police patrols have also been ramped up in the area overnight.
Anyone with information they believe may help the police investigation is asked to call 101.
People can then quote reference 8326/03june.
To remain anonymous, contact the independent charity Crimestoppers.
London news: No arrests have been made
Pictures on social media showed police at the scene.
The road appeared to be blocked off with police cars and vans parked in the road.
A cordon was also put in place while investigations were carried out.
London shooting: Anyone with information is asked to contact police
Officers later said the child and a man are in a critical condition.
The two other victims are not in a life-threatening condition.
They include a man and a woman, according to the Telegraph.
All four were taken to hospital by ambulance.