#AceNewsReport – Aug.14: All the deceased lived locally in the Keyham area: The offender has been named as Jake Davison, aged 22….
#AceDailyNews: Further Update: Over shootings, in Keyham, Plymouth on Thursday night that killed five people including the killer acording to Devon & Cornawall police …
The victims have been identified as Maxine Davison, also known as Maxine Chapman, aged 51, who was the mother of the offender.
Further victims were Sophie Martyn, aged three, and her father Lee Martyn, aged 43.
Stephen Washington, aged 59, was also deceased. The final deceased person was Kate Shepherd, aged 66, who was injured at the scene and died later at Derriford Hospital.
As previously said by Devon & Cornwall Police, the firearm believed to have been used during the incident was legally held by the offender. The circumstances surrounding that have now been subject to a mandatory referral to the IOPC by Devon & Cornwall Police.
Police continue to investigate 13 scenes within the cordon in Keyham which is expected to remain in place throughout much of the weekend.
Anyone feeling vulnerable or wanting support can contact the Victim Support’s National Helpline on 0808 1689 111.
Anyone with specific information regarding this incident can contact 01752 487880.
Release date: 13/Aug/2021 05:22
Author ID: 1724
Six people left dead including suspect
Police are continuing to investigate the circumstances of a shooting in Keyham, Plymouth on Thursday evening which has left six people dead.
Police were called shortly 6.11pm on Thursday after shots were reported as being fired in the Biddick Drive area of the city.
Firearms officers attended and one woman, two men and a young girl, as well as the offender were all found deceased in the area.
The offender was reported deceased at 6.23pm.
An injured woman also died later at Derriford Hospital.
Those deceased were a 51-year-old woman who was known to the offender, a three year-old girl and a related 43-year-old man, a 59-year-old man and a 66-year-old woman who died later in hospital.
Two other people, a 53-year-old woman and a 33-year-old man who were known to each other, were injured at the scene and continue to be treated in hospital. Neither are seriously injured.
Devon & Cornwall Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer said: “This is a truly shocking and tragic incident which has seen five people and an offender lose their life: The impact on the local community of Keyham, the city of Plymouth and many communities across the country in which relatives of the deceased live will be felt for many months and years: I have already been involved in extensive discussions with Plymouth City Council and local community leaders earlier today and we are committed to playing our part in helping the community deal with the impact a event like this brings.”
Jake Davison was a licensed firearm holder, the circumstances of which will now be subject to full, independent investigation and scrutiny.
Chief Constable Sawyer added: “I am immensely proud of how my officers dealt with the initial call and response to what was described as an extremely distressing scene: Both non-armed and armed officers attended within six minutes to what was a very fast moving event: We will now take whatever time is necessary to examine some 13 scenes within the immediate area. This may cause some disruption to the local community, for which we apologise, but there must be a forensic analysis to piece together any evidence possible”
Chief Constable Sawyer said: “This was a deeply traumatic event and I know local people will be worried and concerned:
“Anybody wanting support can contact the Victim Support’s National Helpline on 0808 1689 111.
“We will continue to talk and listen to our communities and support them in any way we can over the coming days and weeks.”
Devon & Cornwall Police have established a dedicated phone line for anyone with information concerning Thursday’s incident to contact.
Any witnesses or anyone with information can contact 01752 487880.
Author ID: 1724
#AceNewsDesk report …Published: Aug.15: 2021:
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