Just over five years after Jonathan Zak was murdered in northeast London, another charge has been laid in his death.

On Wednesday, London police announced that Thomas Lako, 25, has been charged with manslaughter.

Lako is currently in custody on other matters unrelated to the Zak murder.

Lako will also be charged with robbery jointly with William McDonald in relation to the incident involving Jonathan Zak.

Last month, McDonald, 26, was charged with second degree murder in Zak's death.

He is already facing another second-degree murder charge in connection with the death Emmanuel Awai, 26, of London last year.

It was on Dec. 28 when police responded to an apartment at 135 Connaught Ave. for a man with a gunshot wound. They found Awai dead inside.

McDonald is also charged with several offences following a shooting on Richmond Row on April 29, 2016.

Zak was found dead on May 31, 2012 after emergency services received a call about a man in medical distress near a footpath that runs through Northeast Park near Boullee Street and Victoria Street.

He was found with no vital signs and suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. He was pronounced dead after being transported to hospital.