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Tributes paid to murdered teacher

Family and friends of murdered nursery teacher Sabrina Moss have paid tribute to her at a vigil one week on from the day she was gunned down while celebrating her 24th birthday.

A friend of Miss Moss said she always loved her birthday but this year she had been having "one of the best nights".

Meanwhile, police continue to appeal for information and witnesses to come forward to assist them with their investigation.

Miss Moss was shot in the chest in Kilburn High Road, north west London, last Saturday, and another woman, Sabrina Gachette, also 24, remains in hospital after suffering a gunshot wound. Her condition is not life-threatening.

Police believe the pair were ''in the wrong place at the wrong time'' when they were injured.

Friends of Miss Moss have expressed their grief in the form of letters, in which she is described as "a really loving, caring person" and "the epitome of a brilliant mother".

Just a week before she was shot, Miss Moss and her partner moved in to a new home together with their young son.

Miss Moss's friend, named as Lisa M, said she looked "stunning" and was "smiling the entire time" as she enjoyed her birthday celebrations before she was murdered.

"Sabrina always loved her birthday but this year I can happily say she had one of the best nights. She looked stunning she was smiling the entire time and wouldn't move from the dance floor," she said.

:: Martell Warren, 22, has appeared at Highbury Corner Magistrates' Court charged with murder. He was remanded in custody and must appear at the Old Bailey on a date to be fixed.

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