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Video showing Stun grenades deployed during early morning raid in Abbey Wood

video showing stun grenades deployed during early morning raid in abbey wood
video showing stun grenades deployed during early morning raid in abbey wood
Stun grenades were used during several raids early this morning in connection with an attempted murder of a man on 29 Dec, 2019 in Throwley Close and reported violent and firearms offences. Four men were arrested for suspected attempted murder.

 

Video showing Stun grenades deployed during early morning raid in Abbey Wood
Video showing Stun grenades deployed during early morning raid in Abbey Wood

 

In the early hours of, Wednesday, 8 April, officers arrested four men following a series of raids across Greenwich, targeting those believed to be in possession of firearms, drugs and associated with serious crime.

Video showing Stun grenades deployed during early morning raid in Abbey Wood
Video showing Stun grenades deployed during early morning raid in Abbey Wood

 

The arrests are the culmination of a long running proactive investigation launched following the attempted murder of a 33-year-old man on Sunday, 29 December, 2019 in Throwley Close, SE2 and reports of violent offending, including firearms offences, in the local area over the last six months.

Officers from Greenwich, within South East Command, executed six warrants at a site in Abbeywood, SE2 and a further two at addresses in Combwell Crescent, SE2 and West Parkside, SE10. Officers from the Specialist Firearms Command and Territorial Support Group [TSG] assisted with the specialist method of entry equipment and skills.

Four males were arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.