Two more arrested over Shawn Callum's murder
by Lorraine King Detectives investigating the murder of a popular father-of-one at a birthday party have made two more arrests. Shawn Pinky Callum, 26, from Paddington, was gunned down outside Stonebridge Primary School on Shakespear
by Lorraine King
Detectives investigating the murder of a popular father-of-one at a birthday party have made two more arrests.
Shawn 'Pinky' Callum, 26, from Paddington, was gunned down outside Stonebridge Primary School on Shakespeare Avenue, Stonebridge, in the early hours of February 8.
This morning (19), officers from Operation Trident, the Met's specialist team that probes gun crime in the black community, arrested a 15-year-old boy in connection with Shawn's killing.
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A 22-year-old man was arrested yesterday.
Last Saturday, Paul Minto, 21, from Harrow, appeared before Brent Magistrates Court charged with Shawn's murderer.
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He was remanded in custody to appear before the Old Bailey on May 22.
Two other man aged 18 and 23 who were also arrested in connection with the killing have been released on bail to return to a police station in April.
Det Chief Insp Fiona Mallon, who is heading the murder hunt, is appealing for anyone who attended the 'I Feel Good' party where Shawn was killed to come forward.
She added: "We have special measures in place to protect people."
Anyone with information should call the incident room on 020 8733 4704 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.