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First Picture of Polish National named as Stanislaw Everett arrested for Shoreditch Crossbow attacks


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Everett has been Arrested in Connection with Two Crossbow Attacks in Shoreditch

In a significant breakthrough in the investigation into two separate crossbow attacks in Shoreditch, London, a man named locally as Stanislaw Everett has been arrested by police on suspicion of attempted murder. The arrest, which took place late on Sunday evening, followed a dramatic raid on Everett’s property in Shoreditch.

Armed officers from the Metropolitan Police, supported by TSG officers, stormed Everett’s residence as part of an intelligence-led policing operation. The raid unfolded amidst heightened tension in the community following the alarming incidents of crossbow attacks.

Man with tattoos wearing balaclava and sleeveless top.

One Neighbour who asked not to be named said that Stanislaw was out walking his dogs yesterday afternoon

The Metropolitan Police confirmed that Everett’s arrest is linked to two incidents that occurred earlier this month in Shoreditch. The first attack occurred on March 4th when a 44-year-old woman was struck in the head by a crossbow bolt as she crossed the road near Clifton House in east London around 7:44 pm. Just over a week later, on March 14th, a 20-year-old man sustained injuries to his neck from a crossbow bolt near Arnold Circus, located approximately 60 meters from the site of the initial attack, around 7:27 pm.

Man and dog sitting by brick wall.

During the raid on Everett’s property, authorities discovered a cache of weapons, including a crossbow, knives, and other implements. Detective Chief Superintendent James Conway expressed appreciation for the swift and dynamic response of law enforcement in addressing the attacks. He also thanked the local community for their invaluable support and urged anyone with information to come forward.

While Everett’s arrest marks a significant development in the investigation, authorities emphasized that the case remains complex and ongoing. Enhanced police presence will be maintained in the area to ensure public safety.

Residents are encouraged to assist in the investigation by providing any information they may have. They can contact the police on 101, quoting Operation Goldwater, or reach out to Crimestoppers anonymously at 0800 555 111.

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