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New Scotland Yard's statement following murder of colleague

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New Scotland Yard's statement following murder of colleague

New Scotland Yard's statement following murder of colleague

DAC (Deputy Assistant Commissioner) Stuart Cundy gives a statement outside The New Scotland Yard, following the killing of a police officer in South London.

Report by Czubalam.

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