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Last Updated: Saturday, 3 September 2005, 10:39 GMT 11:39 UK
Triple murder charge man remanded
(L-R) Lorna Morrison, Connie Morrison and Noel Patterson
The three victims were found in the flat in Harlesden
A 29-year-old man accused of murdering two sisters and their mother's partner has been remanded in custody.

Rohan Chung, of Sunny Bank, South Norwood, appeared before Brent magistrates on Saturday.

Connie, 27, and Lorna Morrison, 34, and Noel Patterson, 62, were shot dead in a flat on the Stonebridge Estate, Harlesden, north London, last month.

Mr Chung, who has also been charged with immigration offences, is due to appear at the Old Bailey on 9 December.

The bodies of the two sisters were found by a family friend on the bedroom floor of the flat on 5 August - the day after they were shot.

Mr Patterson lived there with the sisters and their mother, Evelyn Daley, who was at work when they were killed.

Lorna's nine-month-old son Christianio was found near her body.

He was unharmed and is now in the care of social services.

Mr Chung is also accused of illegal entry into the UK and breach of a deportation order.

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