Police investigating the murder of a woman in Abingdon, who was shot in the head have made two more arrests.
Kerry Reeves was shot at close range, outside flats in Thornhill Walk on the 3rd of November. The 26-year-old died in hospital two days later.
A 45-year-old man from London and a man from Oxford - who's 33, have been released on bail.
Two other men, aged 20, have been charged with murder and are in due in court in February.
A woman motorist may hold vital clues in the shooting of Abingdon woman Kerry Reeves.
The 26-year-old was shot in the head outside a block of flats a week ago, as she sat at a table in a friend's garden. She was on life support in hospital before the machine was eventually switched off.
Police initially arrested a 20-year-old man in Ealing, West London, on suspicion of attempted murder. Another suspect, also aged 20 years and from Corby, Northants, was arrested yesterday.
A spokesman for Thames Valley Police said they were keen to trace a woman spotted sitting in a vehicle around the time of the shooting.
Detective Chief Inspector Mike Lynch of the Major Crime Unit, urged the woman to contact the force immediately.
He added: "We have information to suggest that a woman was sitting in a white vehicle outside Thornhill Walk off Northcourt Road at around the time of the shooting last Tuesday.
"The woman in the vehicle may not have seen or heard anything suspicious, but we would still like to speak to her as a potential witness in this murder investigation.
"I would appeal directly to this woman or anyone who knows her to contact police immediately."
Kerry, who was living with her mother in Saxon Way, Abingdon, at the time of the shooting, lost her struggle for life at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.
A post mortem examination carried out on Monday found she had been killed by a gunshot wound to the head.
A 26-year-old woman remains in a critical condition in hospital tonight after being shot in the head outside flats in Oxfordshire.
Emergency services were called to Thornhill Walk in Abingdon on Tuesday evening. Police are hunting for two suspects who they say are known to the victim and it wasn't a random shooting.
Kate Bunkall reports from the scene:
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Christopher Richardson-Blake, of Foxdown Terrace, Wellington, Somerset, is charged with one count of voyeurism and one count of theft.
The charge relates to an alleged incident at Abingdon Police Station.
Richardson-Blake was released on bail to appear at Oxford Magistrates’ Court on November 25.
An Oxford man managed to escape a fire in his Oxford flat after his smoke alarm alerted him to smoke in his bedroom.
On the 3rd November at 11.24am, Oxfordshire County Council Fire and Rescue Service were called to a flat fire in Abingdon.
The elderly man initially tried to tackle the fire but then called the fire service who extinguished the heavily smoke logged property.
The fire was believed to have been caused by a defective electric blanket, which had set alight to the bedding, spreading to the rest of the bedroom.