Second victim of double shooting in Kilburn left traumatised by the death of Sabrina Moss

PUBLISHED: 17:25 29 August 2013 | UPDATED: 17:25 29 August 2013

Sabrina Moss and Sabrina Gachette were shot outside Woody Grill in Kilburn (Pic credit: PA)

Sabrina Moss and Sabrina Gachette were shot outside Woody Grill in Kilburn (Pic credit: PA)

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A woman injured in a double shooting in Kilburn which left her friend dead has been described as a loving daughter, sister and aunt.

Sabrina Moss was shot in the chest. Picture: Metropolitan PoliceSabrina Moss was shot in the chest. Picture: Metropolitan Police

Sabrina Gachette, 24, is also said to have been traumatised by the death of Sabrina Moss, also 24, after the pair were gunned down in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Both women has been out celebrating Ms Moss’ birthday when they were shot in Kilburn High Road after buying something to eat from Woody Grill at around 4am.

Ms Moss, a nursery worker from Neasden with a four-year-old son, was hit in the chest and died in hospital shortly after.

The family of Ms Gachette issued a statement saying: “Sabrina is a loving, courageous, wise and caring individual. She is not only a daughter and sister but an aunty, she was looking forward to the future but this has now been destroyed. No words can describe how we feel as a family.

Man charged

Martell Ricco Warren, aged 22, from Hillingdon, was charged with the murder of Sabrina Moss today.

The 22-year-old is also accused of the attempted murder of Sabrina Gachette, two counts of attempted murder and two counts of possession of a firearm.

He will appear before Highbury Magistrates’ Court tomorrow.

“Sabrina is currently traumatised. We hope she doesn’t only get through this but also the death of her beloved friend, Sabrina (Moss).

“We would ask anyone who saw what happened to Sabrina, and her friend, to help the police and tell them what they know.”

Anyone with information that may assist the investigation should call the incident room at Hendon on 020 8358 0300 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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