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Anyone with any information which they believe could assist the investigation is asked to contact British Transport Police on Freefone 0800 40 50 40, quoting incident reference 48 of 24/01/14.
A city banker who was shot in the leg at an Essex train station is being kept under 24-hour police guard.
Robin Clark, who's 44, is being treated at Basildon Hospital after being injured in the attack on Friday at Shenfield.
Officers believe he had been deliberately targeted. ITV News Anglia understands he is being kept under 24-hour police guard.
British Transport Police are appealing for information to help track down the shooter. No arrests have been made.
The man who was shot at Shenfield this morning has been named as Robin Clark, 44, a city trader with RP Martin.
A spokesperson for RP Martin said:
Detective Chief Inspector Iain Miller of British Transport Police says the man was shot as he left his car this morning.
A 44-year-old man has been shot in the leg at Shenfield Rail Station this morning.
Anyone with any information which they believe could assist the investigation is asked to contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40, quoting incident reference 48 of 24/01/14
British Transport Police (BTP) have confirmed that man was shot in the leg at Shenfield Rail Station this morning.
In a statement police said:
Police officers are attending a reported shooting outside Shenfield Rail Station.
Officers from British Transport Police and Essex Police were called to the station just before 6am this morning after reports of a man with leg injuries in the car park at the station.
The man who is in his forties with injuries to his leg, he was taken to Basildon Hospital. His injuries are currently not believed to be life-threatening.
Police have yet to confirm details surrounding the incident.