A fourth man has been charged in connection with the alleged shooting murder of Chinese national Qin Wu at a makeshift temple in Sydney's west earlier this year.
The 40-year-old was arrested at a correctional centre in Silverwater on Wednesday by detectives from Strike Force Buttle investigating Mr Wu's death on February 1.
He's been charged with accessory after the fact to murder, and deliver/attempt to deliver thing to an inmate without authority.
Police will allege in Burwood Local Court on Thursday that the man drove members of a group to and from the Guildford home where Mr Wu, 37, was killed.
The Guildford property, which is covered in colourful graffiti, was used as a temple and reportedly also as a meeting place for drug dealers.
Ying Luo, 31, Jaiyu Liu, 35, and Ian Fan, 45, were arrested last week over Mr Wu's alleged murder and refused bail in court.
Fan and Liu are also charged with shooting at another man with intent to murder.
Police have previously said they believe Mr Wu was not the intended target of the shooting but was caught in the crossfire between two groups involved in a dispute.
Investigations under Strike Force Buttle are continuing.