In the West London Garden, two men have been noticed with bullet wounds after they shot fired at a group, near Tube Station.

The shot was stated to taken place about 17:00 BST in Rayners Lane, Harrow. After the incident, a gunman fled from the scene with a moped accomplishment.

The Met Police report that more shots were then targeted at the men on the moped. Two suspected men of aged 25-years and 18-years got arrested in alleged of the shot case. However, under investigation, both of them were released later.

The investigation regarding the shot case is under process and Met Police Officers are considering the Gang Crime Command and Trident area as well.

The two men, who were injured with bullet were supposed to be aged 18-years and 24-years. They were immediately taken to hospital for medical aid and their conditions are not life-threatening.

Policeman reports that they discovered both the injured men from the fenced garden area, which is near to Rayners Lane Station.

Regular Police and Armed Police Force were called to the incident spot at the Police helicopter for investigation over the case.

Detectives are trying hard to trace the moped man, who fired both the men. The police department requested the public to immediately inform then if they have any information regarding the case.

A crime sight remains in the place.

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