Man injured after gunman storms into Subway outlet in Neasden demanding cash

Subway store in Neasden where gunman entered demanding cash. Picture: David Nathan

Subway store in Neasden where gunman entered demanding cash. Picture: David Nathan - Credit: Archant

A man suffered injuries after an armed gunman entered a fast food outlet in Neasden and threatened staff.

Police were called to the Subway outlet in Neasden lane at 7.55pm on September 13 following reports of an armed robbery.

A man is alleged to have entered the premises and began threatening staff with a pellet gun, Scotland Yard said.

He fired several shots before fleeing.

A witness said the gunman came into the shop, pointed the gun and said “give me the money, give me the money” before shooting towards an employee “four or five times”.


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They said he was hurt in the finger, arm and stomach.

A Met spokesperson said: “One man suffered gunshot injuries to his arm and hand; he was taken to hospital by LAS for treatment and subsequently discharged.”

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There were no other reported injuries and to date there have been no arrests.

An investigation is underway and enquiries are ongoing.

Anyone with information can call 101 or tweet @MetCC quoting ref CAD 6729/13 Sept.

Alternatively, contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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