Six people have now been charged with murder following the shooting of a man near Tottenham.

Sharmake Mohamud, 22, died on September 21 after suffering multiple gunshot wounds when a man armed with a handgun emerged from a Jaguar car and opened fire.

The Metropolitan Police said the incident happened in Green Lanes, close to the junction with West Green Road.

Police and paramedics were called at around 10.30pm, but Mr Mohamud, who was from Newham in east London, died at the scene.

A passing moped rider was also shot in the buttock and another man suffered gunshot wounds to the legs.

Both men, aged in their 20s and 30s, were treated for their injuries and survived.

On Friday police charged five men in connection with Mr Mohamud's death, along with charges of attempted murder of two further men.

These are Rashed Musa, 24, of North Circular Road, N13, Mehdi Younes, 21, of Bowes Road, N11, Abdul Mohamed, 24, of Corinium Close, Wembley, and two 16-year-olds who cannot be named for legal reasons.

Ali Ceesay, 28, has previously been charged with the murder, along with the two counts of attempted murder and possession of a prohibited weapon.

Musa, Younes, Mohamed, and the two unnamed teenagers were due to appear in custody at Thames Magistrates’ Court yesterday (November 20).

Ceesay, of no fixed address, appeared at the Old Bailey via video link from Wormwood Scrubs on November 1, and the judge set his plea hearing for January 17 2022 at the same court.

The Met also confirmed on Friday that a 14-year-old has been charged with perverting the course of justice.

Four men in their early 20s who were arrested on suspicion of murder on September 22 have been released without further action.