Woman shot by police in London during Terror attack

  • By Qais Ahmed

 Woman shot by police during London Terror Attack


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Specialist heavy armes SO15 Special Opperations and C-Unit forces have critically shot a woman during a counter-terrorism operation that saw four further suspects, including a teenage boy of 16,  arrested in north London, UK.

 
The Metropolitan Police said the operation was part of an “ongoing counter terrorism investigation” but stressed it was not connected to an incident in Whitehall earlier yesterday, where a man was arrested attempting to enter Parliament with a back pack containing a collection of large knives.

 
The woman, in her twenties, was taken to hospital but has yet to be arrested due to the seriousness of her condition. She remains armed under police guard.


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Four further people were detained during the operation on Thursday evening at a property on Harlesden Road, north-west London.

 
A Met Police statement said a 20-year-old man was arrested near the address and a 16-year-old boy and 20-year-old woman were detained inside the property.

 

A 43-year-old woman was later arrested in Kent.

 
All four are being held on suspicion of the commission, preparation and instigation of terrorist acts and are in custody at a south London police station.

 

“The address and persons connected with it had been under observation by counter terrorism officers as part of an ongoing intelligence led operation,” a statement said.

 
“Searches at the address are ongoing, as well as further searches at linked addresses across London.”

 
The incident has been referred to the Met’s Directorate of Professional Standards and the Independent Police Complaints Commission.






It comes as a man is being held for allegedly attempting a terror attack after being arrested near the Houses of Parliament.

 
The 27-year-old suspect was stopped by armed officers in Parliament Street suspectedly attempting to enter Parliament  “as part of an ongoing operation”.

 
The man, described as “very calm” by a witness, was carrying a rucksack containing at least three large knives when he was detained shortly before 14:30 on Thursday, police confirmed.






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