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Ilford shooting: Three charged with murder for Abdi Sheikh death

PUBLISHED: 18:31 30 March 2017 | UPDATED: 18:31 30 March 2017

Abdifatah Sheikhey. Picture: Met Police

Abdifatah Sheikhey. Picture: Met Police

Met Police

Three men from Ilford have been charged with murder following the fatal shooting of Abdifatah “Abdi” Sheikhey on March 21.

Abdi was found with gunshot wounds at the junction of Bedford Road and Ilford Lane, Ilford, shortly after 10pm.

He died at the scene less than an hour later.

Today police charged Sami Omar, 21, and Roberto Mohamed, 20, both of Kingston Road, Ilford, as well as Jordie Kibusi, 20, of Wisteria Close, Ilford, with Abdi’s alleged murder.

They will appear at Barkingside Magistrates’ Court tomorrow.

Two other men, both aged 23, were arrested on Tuesday and have been bailed to date to be confirmed.

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