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Friends and family arrive at Sabrina Moss' funeral in Burnt Oak today
Family and friends of Sabrina Moss have arrived at her funeral this afternoon as police continue to appeal for information about her death.
The young mother was shot while out celebrating her 24th birthday in Kilburn High Road early on Saturday, August 24.
She was taken to hospital but was pronounced dead later that morning.
Today her coffin arrived at St Alphage Church in Montrose Avenue, Burnt Oak, in a white horse drawn carriage.
Emotional mourners left flowers and tributes on a bench outside the church ahead of the service.
One tribute read: “Sabrina, I can’t believe I’m writing this, I’ve known you for 12 years. Things will be so different. Wish you well in your journey to heaven Angel. God bless your soul RIP. Lots of Love Cossie xxx.”
Another read: “In loving memory of Sabrina who leaves behind a beautiful son, her partner and family. Deep condolences, All at GSF.”
Others wore white t-shirts with a picture of Ms Moss and the words Our Angel underneath.
Ms Moss grew up in Grahame Park but had recently moved from her home in Hendon to Neasden with her partner Arron and their four-year-old son.
Her friend Sabrina Gachette, 24, was also shot but has since been released from hospital.
Two men also received gunshot injuries and attended hospital. They were later arrested in connection with the incident but were released without further action.
A 22-year-old man has since been charged with the murder. He currently remains in custody and will appear at the Old Bailey on November 19 for a plea and case management hearing.
Speaking outside the church today Detective Inspector Joe Daly said: “Today we’re launching a further appeal for witnesses to come forward.
"In addition to that I believe there are people out there who know the identity of other suspects involved in the shooting. I would urge them to contact us.”
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