Police Appeal for Witnesses After Suspected Gunshots Fired in Lambeth

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Police Appeal for Witnesses After Suspected Gunshots Fired in Lambeth

Police are appealing for witnesses following suspected gunshots in the High Trees Estate in Tulse Hill, Lambeth. The incident occurred early Thursday morning on June 13.

At approximately 12:18 AM, officers were called to reports of gunshots in the area. Upon arrival, there were no reports of any injuries.

Appeal for Information

Police are particularly interested in speaking with anyone who saw a black VW ID.5 in the vicinity at the time of the incident or noticed any suspicious behaviour.

Detective Inspector Martin Thomas, leading the investigation, emphasized the seriousness of the situation: “All reports of this kind are taken incredibly seriously and are investigated thoroughly. I am asking anyone who was in the area and heard or saw shots fired to contact us immediately. I also want to ask local residents to check their doorbell and dash cam footage to see if they might have caught something that can help us.”

How to Help

Anyone with information is urged to call police on 101 or contact via ‘X’ @MetCC, quoting CAD129/13JUN24.

Official Statement

A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police provided the following statement: “Detectives are appealing for witnesses after a suspected firearms discharge in Lambeth. Police were called at 00:18hrs on Thursday, 13 June to reports of a firearms discharge in the High Trees Estate in Tulse Hill, SW2. Officers responded. There were no reports of any injured persons. Detectives want to speak to anyone who saw a black VW ID.5 in the area around that time, or who noticed anyone acting suspiciously.”

Community Vigilance

Authorities are urging the local community to remain vigilant and report any relevant information that could assist in the investigation. The cooperation of the public is essential in ensuring the safety and security of the area.

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