Four Men Arrested in Connection with Sebastiaan James-Kraan’s Death

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Four Men Arrested in Connection with Sebastiaan James-Kraan’s Death

Four men have been arrested in connection with the investigation into the death of Sebastiaan James-Kraan, who tragically lost his life after being shot in Ealing. The incident occurred on Sunday, June 9, when police responded to a shooting in Templeman Road, W7.

Four Men Arrested In Connection With Sebastiaan James-kraan’s Death

Arrests and Suspicions

• On Friday, June 21, two men in their 20s were apprehended in Bristol on suspicion of murder. They have since been transported to London and are currently in police custody.

• Additionally, a man in his 40s was arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender. He has been released on bail pending further investigation.

• On Saturday, June 22, another man in his 20s was arrested in the Wembley area, also on suspicion of murder. He remains in police custody.

Support for Sebastiaan’s Family

Sebastiaan’s family has been informed of these developments and continues to receive support from specially trained officers. Detective Chief Inspector Wayne Jolley expressed his sympathy, stating, “My thoughts continue to be with Sebastiaan’s family and friends at this unimaginably difficult time. Our investigation is progressing rapidly, and we are determined to bring those responsible to justice.”

Victim’s Profile

Sebastiaan James-Kraan, aged 20, was described by his family as a kind, loving, gentle man with a beautiful soul. His untimely death has left a void in their lives. “Please now respect our privacy to allow us to cope with our grief,” the family’s statement reads.

Investigation Details

A post-mortem examination conducted on June 21 confirmed that Sebastiaan died from gunshot wounds. Homicide detectives are leading the investigation, and specialist forensic work has been carried out at the scene.

Seeking Information

Anyone with information or potential witnesses are urged to contact the police at 101 or post anonymously on X @MetCC, referencing case number 807/09Jun. Alternatively, information can be submitted directly to the investigation team online. To remain completely anonymous, individuals can reach out to Crimestoppers at 0800 555 111.

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