There's been lots happening in west London over the last seven days.

We've rounded up some of the most-read stories from the past week, in case you missed them at the time.

Teenager shot on Feltham housing estate

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A teenager was shot in the shoulder on the Waterloo Estate in Southern Avenue, Feltham, where he had been visiting family on Tuesday (May 31) evening.

He was shot after being approached by a group of strangers, and police speculated the shooting could have been a case of mistaken identity.

Police , who stepped up patrols in the area following the incident, have asked any witnesses to call Trident officers on 020 8358 0213 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Ealing man jailed for 'heinous' murder of Kerry Reeves

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Charles Noble, who helped plan and execute the killing of 26-year-old Kerry Reeves, was given a life sentence and will spend at least 22 years behind bars.

Ms Reeves was shot in the face with a sawn-off shot gun at point blank range in Abingdon on November 3 last year and died in hospital two days later.

Noble, 21, of Kempton Avenue, Ealing ; and Billy Johnson, of Ripon Court in Corby, were both found guilty at Oxford Crown Court of her murder. Johnson was given life with a minimum 25 years in jail.

Police, who released CCTV footage following the convictions showing both men moments after the murder, said neither had shown any remorse for the "heinous crime".

Cars burst into flames in Uxbridge

Resident awoke to a loud bang and flames at 4am in the morning

A loud explosion woke residents in Uxbridge as cars went up in flames in the early hours of the morning.

London Fire Brigade was called on Thursday (June 2) shortly before 4am after a loud bang was heard and fire tore through parked cars in St Helen Close, Cowley .

The flames engulfed two cars, a van and a garden fence in the residential street.

One resident spoke of her horror after witnessing the explosion. She said there had been a lot of problems in the street.

Five arrested for animal cruelty after four puppies found dead in Hayes

Around 50 dogs were rescued from infected kennels in Hayes

Five people were arrested on suspicion of animal cruelty after four puppies were found dead and around 50 dogs were rescued from further harm.

Police had teamed up with the RSPCA to search four addresses in Hayes as part of an investigation into allegations puppies were being illegally sold in a very bad state of health.

They recovered 50 dogs during the operation, but sadly discovered four dead and decomposing puppies in bin bags at one of the properties.

Five people were arrested for animal cruelty, money laundering and fraud offences.

Inspector Andy Lewis, Neighbourhood Inspector for Hillingdon East, said: "These puppies have been pulled from their mothers far too early and been left to live in infected kennels with little chance of living healthily."

Former Uxbridge teacher indecently assaulted pupils

Convicted Terence Back taught at Whitehall Junior School, Cowley Road, Uxbridge

Terence Peter Back was convicted of the historic indecent assault of three former pupils aged as young as seven.

The 71-year-old committed the offences when he worked at Whitehall Junior School in Uxbridge during the 1970s and Kingsway Junior School in Watford during the early 1980s.

Back, of Bexhill on Sea, Sussex, was found not guilty of a fourth count of gross indecency. He is due to be sentenced at Isleworth Crown Court on June 30.