ITV News has obtained CCTV images of Drummer Lee Rigby wearing a Help For Heroes sweatshirt two days before he was killed in an attack in Woolwich.
Surveillance cameras show the murdered soldier in a fast food takeaway shop near the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich, where the 25-year-old soldier was based.
Timecodes on the footage show Drummer Rigby entering the shop at 9.23pm on Monday and leaving at 9.35pm.
The shop's owner said he knew the soldier as 'Lee' and said he was a regular customer.
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