Three men have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a man was shot dead in west London.

A man in his 20s was arrested in Wembley yesterday (June 22) on suspicion of murdering Sebastiaan James-Kraan, 20.

Two men, also in their 20s, were arrested in Bristol on suspicion of the murder and transported to London, where they remain in police custody.

On June 9 at about 2.10am, police were called to a shooting in 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.

"Sebastiaan James-Kraan was cruelly taken away from his family at such a young age," a statement from his family read.

"He was a kind, loving, gentle man with a beautiful soul who will be greatly missed by his loving family and many friends. A gentle giant with a heart of pure gold."

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A fourth person, a man in his 40s, had been arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender but since was released on bail.

On June 21 a post-mortem exam revealed the cause of death was gunshot wounds.

Despite making arrests, police have continued to appeal for information.

Detective Chief Inspector Wayne Jolley said: "My thoughts continue to be with Sebastiaan’s family and friends at this unimaginably difficult time.

"Our investigation is progressing at pace and we have made a number of arrests.

"I am still keen to anyone who may have information about what happened to Sebastiaan so we can bring those responsible to justice.”

Sebastiaan's family have also appealed for privacy while they process the loss.

"Please now respect our privacy to allow us to cope with our grief," the family statement added.

Anyone with information, or any witnesses, has been asked to call police on 101 or post on X @MetCC, ref 807/09Jun.

Information can also be submitted directly to the investigation team online.

To remain anonymous, please contact independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111