Friends and family paid emotional tributes to Sabrina Moss today at a vigil on Kilburn High Road where she was fatally shot last week. Nick Thatcher has the full story.
Friends and family of murdered nursery teacher Sabrina Moss held a vigil today in her honour. The vigil took place on Kilburn High Road where she was fatally shot last Saturday.
Police are still appealing for information to help trace her killer, and those attending wore t-shirts asking anyone with information to come forward.
Flowers, tributes and balloons filled the street as people remembered the young mother of one.
People with information about the incident can call police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
DCI Andy Partridge from the Met's Homicide and Serious Crime command tells ITV London they are still looking for witnesses to come forward to help solve the murder of Sabrina Moss.
Sabrina was shot on Kilburn High Street last Saturday while out celebrating her 24th birthday.
DCI Partridge said the Met want anyone who was in the area at the time to come forward, even if they think they only have a small amount of information - saying people "may not realise the significance of what they have seen".
Anyone with any information can call police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Friends and family of a nursery teacher who was shot dead in Kilburn will hold a vigil on Saturday morning, one week after her death.
The 24 year old mother of one was on a night out celebrating her birthday when she was killed last Saturday.
The event will be held on Messina Avenue at the junction with Kilburn High Road at 11 o'clock.
The sister of the nursery worker who was shot and killed in Kilburn last week has made an emotional appeal for witnesses to contact police. Twenty four-year-old Sabrina Moss was killed when gunmen fired into a crowd of 20 people outside a fast food restaurant.
Today she was described as a "wonderful mother and sister". Nick Thatcher has the story.
“From the extensive enquiries that we have carried out we know that there were a number of people in Messina Avenue at the junction with Kilburn High Road shortly before the shooting and there is a possibility that they would have seen two men loitering close to some cars parked in Messina Avenue. The two males were wearing dark clothing and hooded tops, with one wearing a lighter coloured top than the other.
– Detective Chief Inspector Andy Partridge, Metropolitan Police
“I am appealing to anyone who remembers walking past these two people to come forward. You may not be aware of the significance of what you may have seen but let us decided whether the information you hold is key to this investigation."
Almost one week on from the murder of Sabrina Moss police continue to appeal for information and witnesses to come forward.
In the early hours of Saturday morning, police were called to reports of shots fired in Kilburn High Road. Officers and London Ambulance Service attended and found Sabrina, 24 and her friend Sabrina Gachette also 24, suffering from gunshot injuries.
Both were taken to London hospitals and Sabrina Moss was pronounced dead later on Saturday morning. A post-mortem examination held at Northwick Park Hospital Mortuary on 25 August gave cause of death as a gunshot wound to the chest.
Sabrina Gachette currently remains in hospital and her condition is described as stable and non-life-threatening.Two men arrested in connection with the incident were taken into custody and subsequently released without further action.
Christina, Sabrina's sister, reads a tribute on behalf of the nursery teacher's partner. She says he "is completely heartbroken" - and goes on to say "Sabrina was loved by everyone, but for me and my son it was beyond love and words."
Sabrina Moss was fatally shot in Kilburn on Saturday. She'd been celebrating her Birthday with a friend, who was also injured in the attack.
The sister of Sabrina Moss, who was shot in Kilburn on Saturday, has made a desperate plea for help finding her killer. The mother-of-one was out celebrating her Birthday with a friend when she was fatally wounded.
Today her sister Christina read out a tribute on behalf of the family, describing her as a "wonderful mother, partner, daughter and sister." She goes on to say she "was very fun-loving and had great plans for the future."