A 32-year-old man will appear in court in Belfast over the murder of a community worker.
Ian Ogle, 45, died after being stabbed 11 times shortly after praying with a pastor near his home in Cluan Place in east Belfast on January 27.
The man is the second to be charged with murdering Mr Ogle.
Detectives investigating the murder of Ian Ogle in east Belfast on Sunday 27 January have charged a 32 year old man with murder. He is due to appear at Belfast Magistrates Court tomorrow, Wednesday, 6 March. As is normal procedure ALL charges will be reviewed by the PPS.
— PSNI East Belfast (@PSNIBelfastE) March 5, 2019
He is expected to appear in the dock before Belfast Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday morning.
All charges will be reviewed by the Public Prosecution Service.
The man was arrested at Manchester Airport on Sunday.
Jonathan Brown, 33, of McArthur Court, Belfast, has already been charged with murdering Mr Ogle.
He was remanded in custody last month after appearing before Belfast Magistrates’ Court.
His solicitor said he denied planning, preparing and committing the offence.