Toni-Ann Byfield shooting

Toni-Ann Byfield shooting

'Cold-blooded' Toni-Ann killer to serve 40 years

A DRUG dealer who shot dead a young girl after she saw him murder her father was yesterday told he will spend at least 40 years in prison.

Criminals 'turned in child-killer'

THE murder of a seven-year-old girl was so shocking that the criminal underworld broke its code of silence and turned the killer in, the Old Bailey heard yesterday.

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Man denies child's murder

A 31-YEAR-OLD man today denied shooting seven-year-old Toni-Ann Byfield and the man she knew as her father in a bedsit in Harldesden, London in September 2003.

Toni-Ann murder could be repeated, care service warned

THE GOVERNMENT has been warned that it could expect more deaths like the murder of the schoolgirl Toni-Ann Byfield unless more resources and training were put into social services.

Fresh bid to find shot girl's killer

POLICE today launched a fresh appeal for information about the murder of a seven-year-old shot dead alongside a convicted crack dealer.

Funeral for murdered girl

HUNDREDS of mourners were expected to pay their respects today to a seven-year-old girl shot dead with her father.

Toni-Ann: Woman given bail

A 28-year-old woman arrested in connection with the murder of a father and his seven-year-old daughter was given bail yesterday and told to return to a police station next month.

Toni-Ann: woman held

POLICE have arrested a 28-year-old woman in connection with the drug-related double murder of a seven-year-old-girl and her father in a London bedsit.

Toni-Ann mum makes appeal

THE Jamaican mother of a seven-year-old girl shot dead along with her father in a London bedsit, has made an emotional appeal for help in solving her murder.

Girl, 7, killed in gang shooting was in council care

THE seven-year-old girl who became the youngest victim of Britain’s gang wars on Sunday, when she was shot dead by her father’s killer, was in council care, it emerged yesterday.

Care row over shot girl

AN INQUIRY was launched yesterday after it emerged that a seven-year-old girl executed in a London gangland shooting had been known to social services for ten months.

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