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FIRST PICS OF 14-YEAR-OLD BOY SHOT IN THE HEAD IN FOREST GATE DOUBLE SHOOTING AS SECOND TEEN VICTIM


14-year-old boy pictured who has died after being shot in the head in an east London double shooting.

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Corey Junior Davis and a 17-year-old boy were found with gunshot injuries in Newham on Monday afternoon.

Police said Corey died in hospital at 10pm on Tuesday

Police said the youngster from Forest Gate died in hospital at 10pm on Tuesday.

The schoolboy was sat with friends when the attacker approached from behind wielding a gun and opened fire in a suspected revenge attack.

Corey's granddad today said he cannot believe anyone would want to kill the teenager.

Neville McLeod lived with the Corey, known as CJ. He told Sky News: "He might have got into trouble once.

But not anything major, that someone could want to kill him or killed him.

"He never gave me any trouble. I've nothing bad to say about CJ. Not one word."

14-year-old schoolboy Corey Junior Davis dies after being shot in 'extreme act of violence' in east London

A shoe and clothing can be seen at the spot of the shooting

The second victim suffered "life-changing" injuries and remains in hospital in a stable condition.

Cops are out in force across Newham with full powers to stop and search amid fears of a retaliation attack.

Detective Chief Superintendent Dave Whellams, murder investigation, said: “This is a very tragic incident. A teenage boy’s life has been taken in an extreme act of violence leaving his family utterly devastated.

“We are pursuing all lines of inquiry to catch the person responsible for Corey’s murder and are keen to hear from anyone who believes they might have information to come forward as it could prove vital to our investigation.

“Our thoughts are with Corey’s family at this very difficult time."

A police officer at the scene of Monday’s double shooting

Specially trained family liaison officers are supporting the boy's family and a postmortem will be be carried out in due course.

No arrests have been made and police are urging witnesses or anyone with information to come forward.

Anyone with information can contact the Metropolitan Police on 020 8345 3775 or 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

A police officer at the scene of Monday’s double shooting

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Culled from The Sun