Video roundup of your great South London Press this week

Welcome to our South London Press weekly news roundup. Each week we will talk through three of our paper’s top stories.

This week, police continue their search for Abdul Shokoor Ezedi after a chemical attack against a woman and two young children on Wednesday night, a man was shot dead by police after breaking into a woman’s home armed with a crossbow and carrying a gas mask, and finally to end on a lighter note, three Greenwich cartoonists hosted a cartoon exhibition in their local pub.

Join us again next week for a round-up of south London’s most important news.

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