Three people have been charged in connection with a fatal shooting.

Police are continuing investigations as three men have been charged in connection to the murder of Craig Small, 32, who was shot outside a shop on Harrow Road, Wembley, on the evening of July 7.

Mr Small was taken to a hospital in north London but died shortly after.

The three men were arrested on September 11 and charged on Thursday (September 12) with perverting the course of justice.

Christopher Kyei, 32, of Craig mount, Radlett, was arrested on suspicion of murder, attempted murder and possession of a firearm with the intent to endanger life.

Courtney Ellis, 34, of Mafeking Avenue, Brentford, was arrested with the same suspicions.

Horaine Nicholas, 29, of Crawford Avenue, Wembley, was instead arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender.

A 28-year-old male who was also arrested on September 11 with the three men, has since been released under investigation.

Mr Small’s mother previously shared a tribute to her son in July, stating: “Craig meant everything to us. He was a loving son, a father, an uncle, he was a peace maker. He was the soul of the family, he lit up the room and now the light has gone.

“Craig had a past, but he changed his life for the better. He was moving in the right direction. His life had been taken senselessly, he did nothing to deserve this.”