The family of a man gunned down outside his bakery he owned have spoken of the lasting pain his murder has left them with.

Father of two Erdogan Guzel, 42, was shot dead as he sat outside the shop in Lordship Lane, Wood Green, on the evening of Friday, July 10, 2015.

Shots were fired from a car, fatally wounding Erdogan and leaving two other people hurt.

Despite extensive efforts by paramedics, Mr Guzel was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police this week made a renewed appeal for information - issuing CCTV of the car the shots were fired from.

Speaking on the anniversary of his death, his brother Yunus said: “My brother’s children are now 19 and 21 and have had to endure the pain of losing him, during what should by rights have been carefree years.

“The loss of their father, who was taken from them in such a cruel way, has caused serious, emotional trauma.

"Although I have done my best to support them in coming to terms with this, nothing can make up for what happened that day in 2015."

Yunus said his brother had been a key figure in the family bakery business and without him, his children had lost their family home in Tottenham.

He added: “We could never have imagined such a terrible thing happening to our family and I grieve every day for my brother.

“I would like to appeal directly to anyone who has even the smallest piece of information which could assist police, whether this is about his killers or something else which you haven’t yet shared with the investigation team.”

Erdogan was shot at around 5.45pm on Friday evening.

A black Honda Civic drove slowly up to the scene where between eight and ten young men were standing on the pavement.

A volley of shots was fired from an automatic weapon out of the back passenger window, fatally wounding Erdogan.

A 51-year-old woman also suffered serious injuries.

After the shooting, the car sped away up Lordship Lane.

Moments earlier, a bus had allowed the car used by the killers to pull onto Lordship Lane.

CCTV from the bus shows a car bearing the registration plate X824 ELE, but police know the true registration is actually X924 ELF, and that it had been altered by using black tape.

The vehicle was recovered eight days later a few miles away in the car park of a block of flats in Highgate. The plates have never been located but the vehicle was identified by its chassis and engine number.

A reward of up to £20,000 is offered for information leading to the identification, arrest and conviction of the people responsible for Erdogan’s murder.

Police are appealing for information about the killers or the car they used.

Detective Inspector Mark Richards, of the Homicide and Major Crime Command, said: “It has been four years since Erdogan was murdered and his family have had to carry on in the knowledge that his attackers have not been brought to justice.

“The leads in this case have not provided a route to those responsible for his death, but this makes our resolve to catch them even more steadfast.

“I am appealing for anyone with information to contact us to help bring these people to justice and to provide some relief to the families affected by this.

“Erdogan was a totally innocent man running his family bakery and was a well-liked member of the local community. Due to this senseless act he lost his life and his children have been left without a father.

“The answer to this crime lies within the community and I appeal to them to come forward. The vehicle must have been used or parked somewhere in the weeks leading up to the shooting. The plates were disposed of somewhere and we would like to know details of that.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact the incident room on 020 8358 0400 or can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.