Man held over London nightclub gun death
After a 35-year old man was shot dead at a London nightclub Saturday night, police have arrested a man who turned himself in over the crime. The incident at "Club Red" in Limehouse, wast London, is the 90th murder in teh city this year.
Detectives have arrested a man after a clubber was shot dead at a London nightclub early Sunday morning.
The 35-year-old victim from west London was shot outside Club Red in Limehouse, east London. A man in his 20s handed himself in at a south London police station last night. He is in custody and being questioned.
The victim, who has not been named, is the 90th person murdered in the capital this year, police said. He had been attending a house music event with friends.
The man had multiple gunshot wounds and was pronounced dead at the scene.
The shooting is being investigated by officers from Operation Trident, which focuses on gun crime among young black people.
While concerns about London street violence have recently focused on knives, Trident has more than 300 officers working full-time on gun crimes.