Home South London London crime: Woman fighting for life after being shot in Southwark

London crime: Woman fighting for life after being shot in Southwark


A lady is fighting for her life after she was shot in Southwark on Sunday morning.

Police arrived at Consort Road at round 3am on Sunday (23 May) after receiving studies of gunshots.

Officers, together with firearms officers, rushed to the scene together with the London Ambulance Service.

They discovered a lady, regarded as in her 20s, affected by a gunshot damage.

The girl continues to be in hospital with life-threatening accidents.

Detectives from the Met’s Specialist Crime Command (Trident) are main the investigation.

There is a big police presence in the world as enquiries proceed.

Consort Road continues to be closed in each instructions and 9 bus routes are affected.

MyLondon’s sensible new e-newsletter The 12 is filled with information, views, options and opinion from throughout town.

Every day we’ll ship you a free e-mail at round 12pm with 12 tales to maintain you entertained, knowledgeable and uplifted. It’s the right lunchtime learn.

The MyLondon crew tells London tales for Londoners. Our 45 journalists cowl all of the information you want – from City Hall to your native streets.

Never miss a second by signing as much as The 12 e-newsletter right here.

At this early stage, there have been no arrests.

Detectives are interesting for witnesses and knowledge.

Detective Chief Inspector Jimi Tele mentioned: “We are all hoping that this younger girl’s situation improves.

“Our investigation is in its early phases and pressing enquiries are underneath strategy to set up the circumstances.

“I might attraction to the residents of Consort Road and the encompassing space to verify any doorbell or dashcam footage for any suspicious exercise that will relate to this investigation.”

Read More
Read More

Anybody with details about the incident is requested to name police on 101 or tweet @MetCC quoting CAD 1172/23May. To stay nameless contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

If you’ve got any info or images from the scene please contact [email protected]