Euston shooting: Man bailed after drive by attack at Camden funeral

Police said the 22-year-old man had been bailed pending further inquiries until mid-February.

A man arrested over a shooting outside a funeral near Euston, which left a seven-year-old girl in a life-threatening condition, has been bailed.

A 12-year-old girl and four women were also injured at St Aloysius Church in Camden when shots were fired from a moving vehicle on Saturday afternoon.

Police said the 22-year-old man had been bailed pending further inquiries until mid-February.

The girl remained in a stable but life-threatening condition, the force added.

The shooting took place outside St Aloysius Church in Camden on Saturday. Credit: Getty Images

On Saturday, police and ambulance crews and the air ambulance were called to Phoenix Road, where they found three injured women – aged 48, 54 and 41 – who were taken to hospital, where their injuries were assessed as non-life threatening.

The 48-year-old has potentially life-changing injuries.

A 21-year-old woman was also taken to a central London hospital and her condition has been assessed as non-life threatening.

A 12-year-old girl sustained a leg injury and was expected to make a full recovery, officers added.

CCTV footage shows a dark car being driven down Phoenix Road and, seconds later, a gunshot noise can be heard.

Police are looking for a black Toyota C-HR, similar to this

Supt Jack Rowlands said: "We believe the suspects discharged a shotgun from a moving vehicle, which was a black Toyota C-HR, likely a 2019 model or similar.”

The memorial service was a requiem Mass for Sara Sanchez, 20, and her mother, Fresia Calderon, 50, who died in November.

Ms Sanchez suffered from leukaemia for three years before succumbing to the disease after her mother died suddenly from a rare blood clot on arrival at Heathrow from Colombia.

The memorial service was being held for Sara Sanchez and her mother Fresia Calderon. Credit: GoFundMe

Police have asked anyone who witnessed the incident or who has information about what took place should call 101, giving the reference 3357/14JAN.

Information can also be provided to Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.