A man has been arrested over the murder of nursery teacher Sabrina Moss, who was shot dead while celebrating her 24th birthday. A 22-year-old was arrested at St Pancras International station last night, on suspicion of murder and attempted murder.
The parents of the nursery teacher who was murdered while celebrating her 24th birthday in London have said they are "devastated by this horrific incident that has changed our lives forever".
John and Andrea Moss said their daughter, Sabrina, was a "lovely daughter and a perfect mother".
Sabrina was a fun-loving girl who made friends wherever she went. She was a lovely daughter and a perfect mother to her young son, whom she adored.
She cherished working as a nursery teacher and treasured working with the children, who undoubtedly will miss her dearly.
We urge anyone with any information to contact the police to help catch those responsible.
– John and Andrea Moss
Police said Sabrina Moss was an innocent bystander caught in the wrong place at the wrong time. The double shooting in the early hours of Saturday left another 24-year-old woman in hospital in a critical, but stable condition.
Sabrina Moss, of Neasden, north west London, died in hospital after being involved in a double shooting. Police said she was caught in the wrong place at the wrong time after going out to enjoy her 24th birthday with friends.
Another 24-year-old woman is in hospital. Her condition is described as critical but stable.
Police and London Ambulance Service found two women suffering from gunshot injuiries and both were taken to hospital. 24-year-old Sabrina Moss, who had been celebrating her birthday, was pronounced dead later.
Police are hunting the killer of a woman who was gunned down while out celebrating her birthday.
Sabrina Moss, of Neasden, north west London, died in hospital after being involved in a double shooting.
Police said she was caught in the wrong place at the wrong time after going out to enjoy her 24th birthday with friends. Another 24-year-old woman is in hospital. Her injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.
Anyone with information that might assist the investigation was asked to call the incident room at Hendon on 020 8358 0300. To remain anonymous, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.