A man questioned over a drive-by shooting at a church in central London that left a seven-year-old girl in a life-threatening condition has been bailed.
Mourners attending a memorial service for a young woman and her mother came under gunfire outside St Aloysius church in Phoenix Road, Euston, central London, on Saturday.
The Metropolitan police said a 22-year-old man who was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder had been bailed pending further inquiries until a date in mid-February. He was arrested after a car was stopped in Cricklewood Lane, Barnet, shortly before 4pm on Sunday.
The girl remained in a serious but stable condition in hospital, the force said.
Three women aged 41, 48 and 54 were taken to a central London hospital where their injuries were assessed as non-life-threatening. Police said the 48-year-old woman had potentially life-changing injuries.
A 21-year-old woman was also taken to a central London hospital and her condition has been assessed as non life-threatening.
The shots sent mourners running and screaming, with many sheltering inside the church, witnesses said.
The memorial service was a requiem mass for Sara Sanchez, 20, and her mother, Fresia Calderon, 50, who both died in November.
Sanchez had leukaemia for three years before dying of the disease after her mother had died suddenly from a blood clot on arrival at Heathrow from Colombia, MyLondon reported.
Anyone who saw the shooting, or has information about what happened, can call 101, giving the reference 3357/14JAN, while information can also be provided to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.