Man in his twenties shot in Hackney’s backyard while police hunt for a gunman who escapes the scene after a 11:30 pm attack
- Police were called to Brackenfield Close, Hackney on Friday at around 11:30 PM
- A man in his twenties was shot in a backyard and was pronounced dead
- Article 60 has been issued, which gives the police more authority to stop and search
- No arrests have yet been made in connection with the incident
A man in his twenties was murdered after an incident on Friday evening when neighbors heard a series of gunshots.
The Metropolitan Police say they were called to Brackenfield Close on Friday at about 11:30 PM, after reports of gunshots.
Police and paramedics from the London Ambulance Service found the victim with gunshot wounds.
Despite the efforts of doctors and officers, the man was pronounced dead on the spot.
Police were called to Brackenfield Close, Hackney at around 11:30 pm Friday, and taped the crime scene with tape
Forensics investigated the area in the aftermath, while neighbors described what they had seen
His relatives have been informed and a murder investigation is now underway.
With the emergency services quickly on the spot, a police tape was placed around the area and a white tent was placed in the garden.
A cordon remains on site while officers conduct an urgent investigation into the incident.
Section 60 has also been approved, giving police additional stop and search powers in the Hackney neighborhood until Saturday, June 15 at 3:15 PM.
A section 60 has also been approved, which gives police additional stop and search powers in the Hackney neighborhood until Saturday 3:15 PM
|1||William Algar||53||January 03||4.57 pm||Nowell Road||Barnes|
|2||Takieddine Boudhane||30||January 03||6.50 pm||Charteris Road||Finsbury Park|
|3||Krasimir Kartikov||60||January 13||8.50 am||Whitehorse Road||Croydon|
|4||Harinder Kumar||22||January 19th||7:38 pm||Elmstead Road||Seven kings|
|5||Narinder Singh||26||January 19th||7:38 pm||Elmstead Road||Seven kings|
|6||Baljit Singh||34||January 19th||7:38 pm||Elmstead Road||Seven kings|
|7||Tahereh Pirali-Dashti||40||January 20||11.50 am||Henlys Corner||Barnet|
|8||Beverley Denahy||61||January 22||11.35 pm||Waverley Avenue||Chingford|
|9||Unnamed man||60’s||January 24||11.29 p.m.||Mount Pleasant Lane||Clapton|
|10||Louis Johnson||16||January 27||4.45 pm||East Croydon Station||Croydon|
|11||Eraj Seifi||46||January 29||2.44 pm||Bravington Road||Queens Park|
|12||Unnamed man||33||12th of February||3.20 pm||High way||North Finchley|
|13||James Dowdell||54||February 17||6.50 pm||St Marks Grove||Chelsea|
|14||Sundeep Ghuman||36||February 18||8 pm||HMP Belmarsh||Thamesmead|
|15||Lennox Nigel Alcendor||42||February 21st||6.45 am||Anson Road||Cricklewood|
|16||Li-Qing Wang||35||February 25||11.52 am||Magnolia Close||Waltham Forest|
|17||Tyler Roye||24||February 26||0.15 hours||Stroud Green Way||Croydon|
|18||Archie Beston||19||February 29||3.40 hours||Wood Street||Kingston|
|19||Asante Campbell||24||February 29||21.00 o’clock||Parson Street||Hendon|
|20||Shanur Ahmed||16||March 03||8.38 am||Atlantis Avenue||Newham|
|21||Ricardo Fuller||24||March 7th||5.05 am||Ilford High Road||Ilford|
|22||Vanita Nowell||68||8 March||6.30 am||Blakes Road||Southwark|
|23||Damani meter||17||8 March||8.30 pm||Whitehorse Lane||Croydon|
|24||Cameron Murfitt||18||Mar. 15||3.30 pm||Woolwich Common||Green wich|
|25||Tracey Kidd||57||17th of March||4.45 pm||Charnwood Street||Hackney|
|26||Shadika Mohsin Patel||40||March 19||12.45 pm||Barking Road||Newham|
|27||Abdullahi Mahmoud||29||March 19||4:35 pm||Hertford Road||Enfield|
|28||Stefan Melnyk||54||March 22nd||12.50 pm||Salisbury Street||To trade|
|29||Kelly Stewart||41||March 26||3:09 pm||Barking Road||Bark|
|30||Tomas Macionis||35||Mar 31,||10:55 pm||Alexandra Road||Walthamstow|
|31||Sonia Teresa Burton Calvi||56||April 1||16.00 hours||Dorset Road||Stockwell|
|32||Edgar Aguilera Daza||59||April 1||16.00 hours||Dorset Road||Stockwell|
|33||Maryan Ismail||57||Apr-06||06.04 pm||Plevna Road||]Edmonton|
|34||Ralph Gibson||42||15 of April||5.35 pm||Huntingfield Road||Putney|
|35||Denise Michelle Keane-Barnett-Simmons||26||April 16||2.15 am||Alric Avenue||Brent|
|36||Mark Baker||62||April 19||11:57 pm||Peacock closed||Walthamstow|
|37||Jay John||27||April 25||12.25 pm||Trinity Close||Hackney|
|38||Baljit Singh||37||April 25||10:56 pm||Stationsweg||Hayes|
|39||Pavinya Nithiyakumar||1||26 April||5.30 pm||Aldborough Road North||Ilford|
|40||Nigish Nithiyakumar||3||26 April||5.30 pm||Aldborough Road North||Ilford|
|41||David Gomoh||24||26 April||22.25||Masonic Road||Newham|
|42||Anthony Rooks||79||04 May||7:20 pm||Dalmeny Road||Holloway|
|43||Yonas Haile||32||May 05||7.50 pm||Fulham Palace Road||Hammersmith|
|44||Francois Kablan||19||13 May||5.28 pm||Great Dover Street||Southwark|
|45||Jemal Ebrahim||23||13 May||8.15 pm||Russell Road||Haringey|
|46||Chad Gordon||27||May 18||8:22 pm||Wiltshire Gardens||Haringey|
No arrests have yet been made in connection with the incident.
This is in response to recent warnings from British police chiefs across the country, who predicted an increase in gun crime due to the relaxation of lockdown restrictions.
Police brace themselves for an explosion of crime figures related to gang violence, as groups attempt to impose their authority and prestige after coming out of the lockdown.
Dr. Simon Harding, director of the National Center for Gang Research at the University of West London, said the trafficking in social media and drug feuds that bred during the restrictions was likely to cause an “ explosive crimewave. ”
The police remained present on Saturday morning, because a large white tent was parked in the garden where the incident occurred
During the closing, some gangs have reportedly, their provincial lines business expanded and conquered rival areas, escalated tensions with competitors who obeyed government measures to stay at home and halt trade.
Similarly, in the West Midlands, the region’s police and crime chief recently warned that the number of shootings and related violence is on the rise.
David Jamieson told it Express and star there has been “a great increase in the firing of weapons” since individuals have come out of complete blockage.
Anyone with information about the Hackney incident is urged to call the police at 101, quoting the reference number 8894 dated June 5.
Witnesses can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.