Police have arrested and charged a man over a taxi shooting in Woolwich last year.

Kevin Zebo, 27, was arrested on November 4 and has now been charged with possession of a firearm and ammunition with intent to endanger life or enable another to do so, and with attempt to cause grievous bodily harm.

Police had offered a £5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Zebo after an incident where a taxi was shot at in Woolwich on June 8, 2018.

Officers were called to Herbert Road in Plumstead over reports of a gun being fired, and established that at 6.30pm a handgun had been pointed and fired at a taxi cab.

The shot shattered the rear window of the car, narrowly missing the two passengers in the cab, and the suspects then ran from the scene.

No injuries were reported relating to the shooting, but Zebo, also known as Ouuraga Kevin Zebo, has now been charged and will appear at Bromley Magistrates Court at a future date.

Zebo, who is homeless and comes from the Woolwich Dockyard area, is known to have links to the SE London area, Bournemouth and Andover.

Back in January, Detective Inspector James Bray, from Trident, said: "This level of mindless violence has no place on London's streets. Kevin Zebo is considered a dangerous individual who needs to be arrested.

"Although this incident, by pure luck, did not result in anyone being killed or seriously injured, the consequences are far-reaching."