Robin Hood Shooting Now Murder Investigation: 2 Killed, 2 Injured

Wed, 2021-10-27

Chief Inspector Peter Stableford, Officer in Charge (Serious Crime Unit): "I would like to provide an update on the investigation into the shooting which occurred about 6.00 pm last night where two young men have been murdered. I can confirm the identity of the individuals as Micah Davis [photo 1] [photo 2] who was celebrating his 22nd birthday yesterday and Ayinde Eve [photo 1] [photo 2] who was 27 years old. Another 2 persons were also shot but did not receive life threatening injuries. The bar at the time had a number of patrons who were there to watch the football and it was busy.

Anyone on the premises between 3 pm and 6 pm yesterday is asked to get in touch with us if we haven’t spoken to you yet as you may have information that is vital to enquiry – please call 211 or Crime Stoppers on 800-8477.

What we know at this stage is that 2 gunman on a black motor cycle attended the Robin Hood Public House both were wearing black helmets and dark pants, the rider wore a dark top and passenger a light coloured top. I repeat a black motor cycle with 2 persons the rider in dark pants and top, with the passenger in dark pants and light top both with black helmets.

The passenger has gone into the premises and shot a number of times at the patrons. Ayinde ran from the premises out into the rear car park where the second gunman and rider of the cycle was waiting. Ayinde was shot a number of times by the second gunman riding the black motor cycle. Both gunmen have left on the cycle and are believed to have travel out of the city via Band room Lane and onto Glebe Road shortly after 6.00pm.

The investigation at this stage is that this is a gang related attack which has was carefully planned and carried out. Over 20 rounds of ammunition were discharged in the attack by both gunman. The third victim was associated to the deceased remains in hospital and the fourth was an off duty police officer enjoying the football with friends who was treated for gunshot wounds to his hands and discharged.

The appeal today is for people with dash cams, home CCTV and video door bells to have a look at your footage from 5 pm to 7 pm last night and if you see anything to get in touch – these gunman had to set up and ready themselves somewhere in our community and had to drive back somewhere. Please call 211, the main number 295-0011 or me personally on 717-2286. We have a web portal set up to assist anyone with footage to get it to us – please login on at;"