A third person has been charged with murder following the daylight execution of a lawyer at a cafe in Sydney's southwest in 2018.
Ho Ledinh, 65, was shot three times through the back at point-blank range outside Happy Cup cafe at Bankstown City Plaza in January 2018 in front of horrified witnesses.
He died at the scene.
Strikeforce Eugene was established by local police and the homicide squad to investigate.
They apprehended a man and a woman in the months that followed.
Analosa Ah Keni, from Liverpool, was arrested on the Hume Highway at Marulan in March and charged with murder.
It came three weeks after Arthur Kelekolio was arrested in mid-February at Sydney International Airport before he could board a flight to Bali. He too was charged with murder.
The pair remains before the courts.
Investigators on Thursday arrested a second man, aged 34, at a home in Leppington where a stun gun was found.
He was interviewed by police and charged with murder and using a prohibited weapon.
The 34-year-old is due in Campbelltown Local Court on Friday.
Ledinh, a father-of-five, was one of the solicitors who represented Philip Nguyen, the man jailed over the killing of Sydney police constable Bill Crews in 2010.
Australian Associated Press