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Two men shot at in Stonebridge

PUBLISHED: 10:29 12 September 2012 | UPDATED: 17:55 28 September 2012

Two men were shot at in Stonebridge on Monday

Two men were shot at in Stonebridge on Monday

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Pair taken to hospital following shooting on estate

Two men were rushed to hospital after being shot in Stonebridge.

The men were shot at in Lawrence Avenue, at around 4.50pm.

Police officers and London Ambulance Service attended the scene were the men were found with injuries to their lower leg.

The pair were taken to hospital and subsequently discharged, following the incident on Monday, September 10.

Officers from Trident Gang Crime Command are investigating.

No arrests have been made so far and anyone with information is urged to call 101.

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