A HEADSTONE Gardens resident who lives next to the scene where a man was gunned down believes the victim may have been shot three times in the neck and head.
The 46-year-old, who survived the attack, is believed to have been targeted just before midnight last night in the car park of the Arrowhead Flats in Headstone Gardens.
Raj Tharma, 28, who only moved in to the house next to the car park in Headstone Gardens yesterday, said: "I went to Wembley shortly after 11pm to get some food and when I came back the car park was cordoned off and there was about 30 police cars parked outside.
"Police told us that he may have been shot three times. I don't know how he managed to survive.
"We have heard that drugs have been an issue round here but we don't know if that's true or not."
Brenda Morrison, who has lived next to the flats on the Harrow View side since 1952, added: "I woke up a couple of times during the night but I had no idea this had happened.
"I have never heard of anything like this and of course it's a worry.
"I remember when there were police officers on every street corner and given how Harrow has changed it is something that we should see more of."
It is thought Headstone Gardens and parts of Headstone Drive were cordoned off until about 6am and that all officers had left the scene by about 12 noon.