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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

A YOUNG woman believed to be in her 20s has been shot in the abdomen on Mulgrave Road, Woolwich, South-east London, the Met Police has confirmed.

Scotland Yard awaits an update on her condition.

There have been no arrests and a crime scene is currently in place.

The shooting happened at 7.30pm anyone who witnessed the incident are asked to call Met Police on 101

Met Police have said “Investigation after female in her 20s suffered gunshot wound to her abdomen in Mulgrave Road #Woolwich #Greenwich at 19:24hrs on Weds 5 Sept – was taken to hospital, injuries not life-threatening. No arrests at this early stage – witnesses please call 101 quoting CAD 6929/5 Sept”

Police is appealing for witnesses or anyone with information related to the shooting.

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