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A woman who died following a collision with a bus last week in Oxford Street has been named as 78 year old Susan Causey from the Camden area. She died of head injuries.
Police continue to appeal for witnesses following the collision, close to the junction of Oxford Street and Duke Street just before 3pm on Tuesday, 10 June.
The 137 route bus stopped at the scene and the driver has not been arrested.
The police are appealing for witnesses and information following an armed robbery in the West End.
Officers were called around 5:30pm on Thursday to reports of an armed robbery at Watches of Switzerland on Oxford Street.
Three men entered the store, one armed with a handgun, and threatened staff members.
The other two men were armed with hammers and they proceeded to smash a display case.
The men stole a quantity of watches worth an estimated £500,000 from the shop before fleeing on foot.
Gunmen held up a jewellery store in Oxford Street and escaped with more than half a million pounds worth of luxury watches yesterday evening, according to the Evening Standard.
The newspaper reported that a Scotland Yard spokesman said three men with guns entered the Watches of Switzerland store, threatening staff before escaping with bags filled with luxury watches.
1.59 PM this afternoon is set to be the busiest and the most stressful time on London's high streets as people rush to get their shopping done before Christmas, according to new research.
The research, which polled the views of 2,000 British consumers, also revealed that over a quarter of Londoners will suffer from bouts of 'pavement rage' this Christmas as a result of over-crowded streets.
Thousands of Twitter and Facebook users have joined the hunt for a girl's soft toy which went missing in Oxford Street. The bunny, named Mr Rabbit, has not been seen since a family trip to London at the weekend.
The image of the rabbit was tweeted by Zoe Stewart from Edinburgh. Her daughter, Ruby was given the toy when she was a day old. Over 2,000 people have seen the picture on Facebook and it's also had hundreds of re-tweets.
Speaking to ITV News ahead of tonight's switch on in Oxford Street, Jessie J said Christmas helped put London in a good mood - which was what the capital sometimes needed.