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Last Updated: Saturday, 15 September 2007, 15:08 GMT 16:08 UK
Men shot in foiled robbery named
Chandler's Ford
Eyewitnesses said they heard the sound of gunshots
The two men shot dead during a foiled bank robbery in Hampshire were from south London, it has been revealed.

Andrew Markland, 36, and Mark Nunes, 35, from Brixton were shot outside an HSBC branch in Chandler's Ford.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission is investigating and inquests will open next week.

Terence Wallace, 25, of Oakwood Road, Raynes Park, London, has appeared in court charged with attempted robbery and possessing a firearm.

The police have now recovered a blue Volvo car they were looking for in connection with the investigation.




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