Man arrested in Leppington, charged with 2018 Bankstown shooting murder

UPDATED:

A man has been arrested in Leppington and charged with murder in relation to the 2018 fatal shooting of Ho Ledinh in Bankstown.

The man, 34, was taken into custody at a Leppington home bout 7am today (Thursday, May 30) and taken to Narellan Police Station.

He was charged with murder and for using a prohibited weapon. Police also seized an electronic stun device from the Leppington home.

The man was refused bail and is expected to face Campbelltown local court today.

Solicitor Ho Ledinh, 65, was shot while sitting at a cafe at Bankstown City Plaza about 3.35pm on January 23, 2018.

Police, paramedics and community members attempted to assist Mr Ledinh, but he died at the scene.

Police draped a white sheet over two of the chairs to shield Hor Ledinh's body from onlookers in January 2018. Photo: Cole Bennetts

Police draped a white sheet over two of the chairs to shield Hor Ledinh's body from onlookers in January 2018. Photo: Cole Bennetts

The State Crime Command's Homicide Squad detectives and Bankstown police established Strike Force Eugene to investigate the circumstances surrounding the incident.

A 38-year-old man and a 35-year-old woman were charged by investigators last February and March. They remain before the courts.

Police investigations under Strike Force Eugene continue.