Police have charged a second person over the 'gangland-style' shooting of two men who were found dead in a car park in the West Midlands.
Richard Avery, 33, was arrested on Tuesday for conspiracy to murder William Henry - the brother of West End star Matt Henry - and Brian McIntosh.
The men were discovered in a Range Rover in Brierley Hill, near Dudley in the West Midlands on September 30.
Avery was also charged with perverting the course of justice and will appear before Birmingham Magistrates' Court today.
Earlier this month, Jonathan Houseman - the director of a skip and grab hire company from Stourbridge - was charged with the murder and appeared in court.
He spoke to give his name and date of birth.
Houseman described himself as being of no fixed abode. The hearing was initially interrupted after a dispute arose over which solicitor was representing him.
Will Henry's family described him as 'the light of our lives' while Brian McIntosh's relatives said they were 'absolutely devastated and heartbroken'. The two men are pictured together
Jonathan Houseman, 32, has been charged with two counts of murder after the bodies of two men were found in a car park in the West Midlands
An aerial view of the industrial estate at Brierley Hill in the West Midlands on October 1
Police launched a murder probe after the shooting in Brierley Hill (pictured on October 1)
A police spokesperson today said: 'We've charged a man with conspiracy to murder two men who were found shot dead in a car in Dudley last month.
'Richard Avery, aged 33 of no fixed address, is also accused of perverting the course of justice, and will appear before Birmingham Magistrates' Court today.
'He was arrested on Tuesday in connection with the deaths of William Henry, aged 31, and Brian McIntosh, aged 29, both from Bartley Green.
'They were found dead in a car off Moor Street at 3.30pm on Wednesday 30 September.
'Jonathan Houseman, aged 32 of Quarry Park Road, Stourbridge, was charged with murder earlier this month and has been remanded in custody by the courts.
West End star Matt Henry won the best actor in a musical award for Kinky Boots at the 2016 Olivier Awards at the Royal Opera House
'The victims’ families have been updated with news of the latest charges, and we continue to support them at this tragic time.'
The victims, from Bartley Green, Birmingham, were shot in the chest in Brierley Hill, near Dudley. A post-mortem revealed both died from gunshot wounds.
Mr Henry's brother Matt, 41, who has appeared in Saturday Night Fever, Avenue Q and Kinky Boots on stage in London, was said to be 'devastated' by the death.
Mr Henry's family described him as 'the light of our lives' while Mr McIntosh's relatives said they were 'absolutely devastated and heartbroken'.
Mr Henry's family remembered him as a much-loved father, son, brother, uncle, partner and friend. In a tribute, they said: 'He was loving and caring and always thought of others before himself.
'He was the light of our lives, his death has left a huge void in our lives. We would like to express our thanks to the kind words and love shown from extended family and friends.'
Mr McIntosh was described as a much-loved son, a devoted partner and a doting father to his two sons. He was also a loving brother to his three sisters and three brothers.
The tribute from his family added: 'He was loved dearly by his whole family - nieces, nephews, aunties, uncles and cousins.
'There will be a big hole left in all of our hearts. As a family we are all absolutely devastated and heartbroken.'
Officers launched a murder probe after the men were discovered just before 3.30pm on Wednesday. It is thought the victims were killed shortly after 1pm.
Mr McIntosh ran a waste management firm in Birmingham called Mak Waste, which is based 11 miles away from Albion Works where the shooting took