Three men have been charged with murder after a young man was "cruelly" shot dead.

Sebastiaan James-Kraan, 20, died in hospital on June 12, three days after being shot in Templeman Road, Ealing.

Three men have today (June 23) been charged with murder and possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life.

Those are Javier Rodriguez-McDonald, 18, of Emanuel Avenue, East Acton, Jayson Rodriguez-McDonald, 19, of Uxbridge Road, Ealing and Emmanuel Mgbean, 19, of Alperton Lane. Perivale.

On June 9 at about 2.10am, police were called to a shooting on Templeman Road, Ealing. 

Police and the London Ambulance Service found Sebastiaan with life-threatening gunshot injuries. He was taken to hospital but died on June 12.

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Sebastiaan James-Kraan was 'cruelly' taken away from his family, a statement readSebastiaan James-Kraan was 'cruelly' taken away from his family, a statement read (Image: Met Police)

Police had arrested a man in his 20s in Wembley, north-west London, on suspicion of murdering Sebastiaan yesterday (June 22).

Two other men in their 20s were arrested in Bristol on suspicion of murder and transported to London.

The family, in a joint statement, said Sebastiaan was "cruelly taken away" from them and was a "gentle giant with a heart of gold."

All three men will appear in custody at Wimbledon Magistrates' Court on Monday (June 24).