The suspect of the attack perpetrated on Saturday in the district of Euston was arrested on Sunday, reports the police.
A 22-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a shooting saturday january 14 outside a church in north London, in which a 7-year-old girl was seriously injured, police said on Monday.
This shooting took place in the early afternoon of Saturday outside a church, after a mass in tribute to a mother and daughter who died in November, in the district of Euston, in the north of the british capital. Shots rang out as mourners gathered outside the church after the ceremony.
The shots were fired from a moving vehicle, according to the first elements of the investigation. Six people were injured, including a 7-year-old girl, who remains in hospital in serious but stable condition. The man, who was arrested on Sunday January 15, was taken into custody.
“I heard this loud bang and thought it wasn’t normal, and the next minute everyone was screaming and screaminga neighbor told the PA news agency after the shooting.
The priest in charge of the service, Father Jeremy Trood, explained to PA that it was a mass in homage to Sara Sanchez, 20, and her mother, who died a month apart in November, the first from leukemia and the second from thrombosis.
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