Met Police detectives in Thusha Kamaleswaran fundraiser


A team of Metropolitan Police detectives have climbed the highest peaks in England, Scotland and Wales to raise money for a girl who was left paralysed after being shot in south London.

Thusha Kamaleswaran, aged five, was caught in the crossfire when gang members opened fire as she played in her uncle's shop in Stockwell last year. Three men have since been jailed.

The officers who investigated the case completed the 24-hour Three Peaks Challenge at the weekend and have so far raised more than £180,000 to pay for care and equipment for Thusha.

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