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.
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