A desperate family is still searching for justice one year on from the fatal shooting of a beloved dad and grandad.

Robert Powell, 50, died after he was shot multiple times in June 13 last year.

Three men are wanted in connection with the incident and a £5,000 reward is being offered to anyone with information about there whereabouts.

One year on from Robert’s murder, his family are calling for justice and is pleading for those involved to “do the right thing”.

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They said: “Robert was a loving, caring and compassionate family man. He was a charismatic figure in the community.

“When he walked into a room, he always found someone to talk to, and his easy-going ways meant he always had friends around him.

“He supported his family and enjoyed mentoring young people in the music industry.

“Robert spoke to his mum every day; distance couldn’t keep them apart. He would send her little messages and videos of what he had been doing during the day and always made sure she was okay.

“Our world was shattered when Robert was murdered.

“Please, look into your heart and help us find justice for Robert.

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“All we need is someone to do the right thing, right now. The time has come.

“Please help bring Robert’s murderers to justice.”

Nana Oppong, 41, from Stratford, Israar Shah, 36, from Brentwood and Temitope Adeyinka, 37 and also from Stratford, are believed to have all been involved in the shooting in Water Lane, Roydon.

Detectives are also calling for anyone who can help their investigation to come forward.

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Senior investigating officer Detective Chief Inspector Stephen Jennings, of the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate, said: “Our dedicated team of officers and staff are still carrying out an extensive investigation to bring those responsible to justice.

“To anyone who may have withheld information over the past year, now is the time to help Robert’s family get some closure and to clear your conscience.

“A lot can happen over a period of 12 months, and relationships and loyalties can change.

Echo: Temitope Adeyinka Temitope Adeyinka (Image: Essex Police)

“It’s never too late to help make a difference and if you have any information, no matter how minor you think it may be, please report it to Crimestoppers.”

Nana Oppong, who is also known as Enz, is 5ft 6ins tall, of a proportionate build and has links to the East London areas.

Israar Shah, who also goes by the name of Slick, is 6ft 1ins tall, of a slim build and is known to have links to East London and Romford.

Temitope Adeyinka, also known as Limo, is 5ft 8ins and of a medium build. He has links to areas in East London, in particular Stratford and Bow.

You can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.