Residents have been evacuated and told to 'stay away from windows' after a gunman was spotted in Havering, east London.
Anyone living in Snowdrop and Bluebell Court is being evacuated to South Street Community Centre due to a "serious incident".
A man was threatening to shoot himself at a home in Plough Court, Broadis Way in Rainham.
Police in Havering are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a missing 14-year-old girl from Romford.
Milly Davie was last seen at 8am on Thursday in Romford.
Milly is 5 ft 9 ins, of slim build with shoulder length, mousey blonde hair. At the time of his disappearance she was wearing Black jacket and skirt, white shirt and green tie.
Police in Havering have said that "there is no evidence" of an alleged abduction taking place after it was reported that a teenage boy had been dragged away in a van from a Hornchurch street on Wednesday.
Police in Havering are appealing for a witness who reportedly saw a boy aged around 16 to 17-years-old being "dragged off in a van" in Hornchurch.
The van is described as small, coloured white but dirty and had a side opening door. The rear windows are believed to be blacked out and the front headlights are believed to have a blue-coloured tint.
Police said they are especially keen to be contacted by a dog walker seen in the local area who was witnessed shouting "stop" at the van. This witness is described as a white man, possibly aged in his 30s, walking a brown or gold coloured dog.
Police in Havering are appealing for witnesses after it was reported that a teenage boy had been dragged off a Hornchurch street into a van that then drove off.
At around 3pm on Wednesday, a white van stopped n Hylands Way, near the alleyway to Elms Close in Hornchurch and its occupants then dragged a teenage boy into the van and drove off, the police reported.
The alleged victim is described as a white male, possibly aged 16 to 17 years-old with a slim build and was wearing blue-coloured jeans and a grey-coloured jumper. It is possible he also had on a hat and headphones.
The largest increase in profit from parking came from Kingston-Upon Thames, which saw an enormous increase of 320% from 2010/11 - 2011/12.
The council earned £3.53 million last year.
The figures, collated by the Institute of Advanced Motorists, cover both on and off-street parking, including fines and other charges.
Havering saw the second biggest increase - their profits shot up 186%, to £567,000.
And Barking and Dagenham's parking pot was boosted 174%, to £1.57 million.
Della Callagher, 46, felt ill after the meal at the Railway Hotel and was taken to the Queen's Hospital in Romford, her husband John told the Evening Standard.
Dr Mike Gill, Medical Director at Queen's Hospital, said:
Ember Inns, which owns the Railway Hotel in Hornchurch in Essex, has said its food was prepared to the highest hygiene standards.
A spokesman told the London Evening Standard: