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Raheem Wilks shooting: Leeds man charged with murder

Raheem Wilks funeral
Image caption Raheem Wilks died in hospital from a single gunshot wound

A fourth man has been charged with the murder of a footballer's brother.

Raheem Wilks, 19, the brother of Leeds United's Mallik Wilks, was shot near Too Sharps barbers in Harehills in the city in January.

Tremaine Wisdom, 28, from Meanwood, Leeds, is due to appear at the city's magistrates' court on Thursday.

West Yorkshire Police said three other men previously charged with murder remained in custody pending further hearings.

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Mr Wilks died in hospital from a single gunshot wound to the chest. He was shot near the barbers on Gathorne Terrace.

Hundreds attended Mr Wilks's funeral, which was held at St Aidan's Church in Harehills in April.

Image caption Mr Wilks was shot near Too Sharps barbers in Gathorne Terrace in January

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