Appeal to Duggan shooting witnesses
Investigators examining the circumstances surrounding the death of Mark Duggan have appealed for witnesses to come forward - exactly a week after the father-of-four was killed.
His death, after receiving a gunshot wound to the chest last Thursday, was a trigger for the first night's rioting in Tottenham, north London, on Saturday.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission is appealing for witnesses who may have seen or heard anything to come forward.
Mr Duggan, 29, was a passenger in a silver Toyota Estima people carrier minicab which was believed to have been stopped by police.
He was shot last Thursday, August 4, at 6.15pm in Ferry Lane near to Tottenham Hale Tube station. He was pronounced dead at the scene at 6.41pm, the IPCC said.
Investigators want to talk to people who live and work in the area adding they would particularly like to speak to "people who use the area's transport links - either from Tottenham Hale station or via the many bus routes that serve the area".
A spokesman said officers are trawling through CCTV footage and other evidence is being examined including recordings of radio transmissions and 999 calls.
IPCC Commissioner Rachel Cerfontyne said: "It is one week since Mark Duggan died on Ferry Lane. It is a busy road and there is a busy tube and train station just minutes away. I want to appeal directly to anyone who saw or heard anything that may assist us with our investigation - or if you know anyone who has any information and has yet to come forward and speak to us, please urge them to do so."
Anyone with information is asked to call 0800 096 9079 or email email@example.com or visit www.stopandsearchgroup.co.uk.
The group of 10 IPCC investigators spent an hour talking to community members and handing out leaflets on Ferry Lane, next to the spot where Mr Duggan was shot a week ago. Bouquets of flowers have been left at the site in his memory.