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A person has died after being shot on a London avenue. Police and paramedics rushed to Comeragh Road in West Kensington at round 10.17pm on Easter Monday.

The 21-year-old was discovered with a gunshot wound and died on the scene shortly earlier than 11pm.

Detective Chief Inspector Brian Howie, who’s main the investigation, mentioned: “I am saddened to confirm that another young man has lost his life to violence on the streets of our capital.

“This incident took place at a busy time of the evening when many people will have been going out, coming home or driving through Comeragh Road, Barton Road or Palliser Road.

“I am keen to hear from anyone who was in the area in the half an hour period from 22.13. Did you see a group of people or an altercation? Do you have dashcam footage?

“Detectives are still in the area and I urge anyone with information to approach those officers direct or contact us by phone or online.”

Houses on the road are listed anyplace between £450,000 to as much as £2.75million, with latest properties promoting for greater than £1m.

A homicide investigation has been launched, with a autopsy examination scheduled to happen.

No arrests have been made.

A London Ambulance Service spokesman mentioned: “We were called at 10.15pm on Monday April 1 to reports of an incident on Comeragh Road, W14.

“We sent resources to the scene, including an ambulance crew, an advanced paramedic, an incident response officer and members of our tactical response unit.

“Very sadly, despite the best efforts of our crews, a person was pronounced dead at the scene.”

The man’s subsequent of kin have been notified and are being supported by specialist officers.

Anyone who witnessed the incident, or has info however has not but spoken with police, ought to name 101 or publish on X @MetCC quoting 6709/1APR.

Alternatively, name Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.