Seven men have been arrested in London in connection with the murder of Romanian Bogdan Gabriel Paduret last year, Mediafax reported quoting the website www.times-series.co.uk. Paduret, 29, working as head doorman at a club, was found dead in a car in Tillingbourne Gardens, on November 27. He had finished work at 5.30 a.m. that morning and was given a lift home by a friend. As he arrived home at around 6 a.m. someone walked up to the car and shot through the passenger window four times, killing Paduret. Detective Chief Inspector Jacqueline Sebire said, quoted by a British publication: “This was a cold blooded and planned murder. Mr Paduret was without doubt targeted. We are committed to putting those responsible before the courts to be held to account.” Officers executed search warrants at nine addresses in North, East and West London on Wednesday morning. The suspects are being held at an east London police station.