Student from Brent college shot dead in Thamesmead
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A man shot dead in south east London on Sunday morning has been named as a student from a college in Brent.
Chleve Massi, from Tottenham, was studying at the College of North West London which has campuses in Willesden and Wembley.
The 24-year-old, who was known as ‘Clive’, was in the second year of an HND in Vehicle Operations Management course.
He died after he was gunned down at a house party in Thamesmead at around 4.30am.
Tributes have been pouring in from his friends and family on social networking site Twitter.
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@LaaJoie said: Death comes to all but you never think twice that it’ll come to someone you know. You will be missed @Mr_Massi.
@InkedUpCarlos tweeted an image of four broken hearts saying: “Bruv (sic) I spoke to you a few days ago you posted a status yesterday I can’t believe my brudda is gone now way.”
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A spokesman from the college told the Times: “We are shocked and saddened to hear of this tragic incident, and extend our condolences to Clive’s family and friends.”
Detectives from Homicide and Major Crime Command who are investigating killing arrested two women aged 24 and 26, three 19-year-old men and a 25-year-old man.
All have been bailed to a date in mid March.
Five other men who were held have been released with no further action.
Anyone with any information should call detectives on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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