IPCC says officer is being investigated over death of young black man who died after being restrained in north-east London

A Metropolitan police officer is being investigated for gross misconduct over the death of Rashan Charles, a young black man who was restrained after a police chase in north-east London, the Independent Police Complaints Commission has said.

Charles, 20, whose death on 22 July sparked protests and violent clashes with officers in east London, was seen running into a shop on Kingsland Road in Dalston, where he was apprehended by a police officer.

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