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Man arrested in trader shooting probe

A 51-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder in connection with the shooting of a City trader.

Robin Clark, 44, who lives in Essex, was shot once in the leg as he got out of his car at Shenfield railway station on January 24.

The gunman ran off and left the scene in a car parked nearby.

Firm giving injured employee support after shooting

A City brokerage firm has pledged to give one of their traders their full support after he was shot at Shenfield train station early this morning.

Robin Clark, 44, who works for brokerage firm RP Martin in London, was shot in the leg as he got out of his car.

The scene of the shooting at Shenfield train station in Essex. Credit: ITV News

A company spokesman said it was aware of the incident and was "giving Robin all the support we can."

Mr Clark was taken to Basildon Hospital where his condition was described as serious but not life-threatening.

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City banker named as victim of Shenfield train shooting

Robin Clarke was shot in his leg this morning at Shenfield station. Credit: ITV News

A man who was shot at Shenfield train station early this morning has been named as Robin Clark.

The 44-year-old city banker suffered a serious leg injury after he was shot as he left his car shortly before 6am this morning.

Police said Mr Clark was approached by a man wearing a balacava who subsequently fled the scene.

Man suffers serious injuries after Shenfield shooting

A man has suffered serious injuries after he was shot in the leg at Shenfield rail station in Essex this morning.

The 44-year-old man received a single gunshot to his leg after he was approached by an unknown man wearing a balacava as he got out of his car shortly before 6am this morning.

A man has suffered serious injuries after he was shot in the leg at Shenfield rail station. Credit: Google Maps

The man was taken to hospital by ambulance with serious injuries which are not believed to be life-threatening.

British Transport Police confirmed that enquiries were ongoing to establish the motive and circumstances behind the attack, but did not confirm the vehicle or weapon used.

"At this stage we believe the victim of this assault was deliberately targeted. We do not believe this incident was gang-related and I would like to reassure the public that there is no reason for any undue concern," Detective Superintendent Gary Richardson said.

Victim challenges group before being attacked on train

In order to stop the ordeal, the victim walked over and challenged the men's behaviour, as the woman was alone at the time.

As a result he was attacked by the group, who all left the train as it arrived into Seven Kings station.

The victim, stayed on the train and left at Romford, where he reported the incident to police.

– Detective Constable Paul Attwell, the investigating officer

Passenger who tried to stop a woman being harassed on a train is left with a broken nose

A passenger who tried to stop 5 men harassing a woman who was travelling alone on a train has been attacked and left with a broken nose.

The 44-year-old victim from Hornchurch saw the group surrounding the woman on a train travelling between Liverpool Street and Shenfield.

Police have released CCTV images of five men they are trying to find.

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Woman flees train in Essex after man tries to kiss her

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man approached a woman on a train in Essex and tried to kiss her. The 31-year-old victim was travelling between Shenfield and Billericay on Friday, 22 November at 9:20am.

Google Street View image of Shenfield Station in Essex Credit: Google Street View

A man of roughly the same age approached her and sat down. He then tried to kiss her before she pushed him away and ran from the train at Billericay.

Anyone with information should contact British Transport Police on Freefone 0800 40 50 40.

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