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Woolwich Crown Court

Iheanacho beat a five-year-old boy to death for losing a trainer

Two vehicles were targeted

Met Police

The crash happened in the early hours of Wednesday morning

London Ambulance Service

An inquest had found “excessive force” had been used to restrain the patient

Bethlem Royal Hospital

She was attacked on September 30

Scotland Yard

PC Benjamin Cassar made the journey seven times

Met Police

Daniel Ojo and Miles Niles used the property to sell crack-cocaine

Maidstone Crown Court

The work of vigilante groups has previously helped secure convictions across Kent and south east London

Maidstone Crown Court

There have been no arrests so far

London Ambulance Service

Commuters have been urged to remain “calm but alert” following a suspected terrorist incident on a Tube train this morning.

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He has since been dismissed from the service

Mr Pearce was killed in Greenwich on July 15

Danny Pearce

The crash closed the tunnel for most of last night

Kent Police

Makayah McDermott, 10, and Rozanne Cooper, 34, were killed when 23-year-old Joshua Dobby crashed a stolen vehicle into the family while driving away from police

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Johnathon Warner-Johnson called his neighbour’s paedophiles, damaged their property and wrote about their Down’s Syndrome relative

The warning came after police were called out to anti-social behaviour

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Three robberies were reported on Thursday

Met Police

Anyone who provides information that leads to a conviction will receive payment

Danny Pearce

Aaron Mark McWilliams was not supposed to be alone with any children under 16

Woolwich Crown Court

The injured victim has been named locally as Eloise Dixon from Gravesend

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