Four men have been charged with the murder of Worcestershire sub-postmaster's son Craig Hodson-Walker.
Christopher Morrissey, 31, Declan Morrissey, 33, Anselm Ribera, 33, and Adrian Snape, 24, were all charged with the murder of Craig Hodson-Walker at the post office he ran with his family in Fairfield, near Bromsgrove.
West Mercia Constabulary said they also charged the men with the attempted murder of 29-year-old Mr Hodson-Walker's father Ken.
Peter Tooke, special caseworker lawyer for the CPS, said: "Following a detailed and careful review of the file, I have reached a decision that there is sufficient evidence and it is in the public interest to charge four men with the murder of Craig Hodson-Walker, the attempted murder of Ken Hodson-Walker and attempted robbery at Fairfield General Stores and Post Office."
The men were arrested on Tuesday morning in a series of dawn raids across south Birmingham by officers from West Midlands Police and West Mercia Constabulary.
All four men will appear at Redditch Magistrates' Court on Saturday morning.
Detective Superintendent John Groves, who is leading the investigation into Mr Hodson-Walker's murder, said: "Our thoughts remain with the Hodson-Walker family at this sad time.
"I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to those members of the public who have assisted us and responded to our appeals by coming forward with information to help our investigation.
"An operation involving additional high-visibility patrols by police and community support officers around post offices and convenience stores will continue and we hope these will help reassure people that North Worcestershire remains a very safe place in which to live, work and visit.
"More than 150 police officers and staff from West Mercia and neighbouring forces have been working around the clock on this case, and I would also like to express my thanks to them."