A man will face court charged with murder after another man was shot in the head during an alleged altercation in a tiny town on the outskirts of Perth.
The 32-year-old victim died in Royal Perth Hospital on Sunday after he was shot in Wooroloo, about 53km northeast of the CBD, police said.
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Emergency services raced to the area following reports of an incident on Needham Rd just before 7.30am on Saturday.
Police and St John paramedics attended and confirmed a man had been shot.
The victim was flown by the rescue chopper to RPH where he died the following day.
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7NEWS reported four men arrived at a Needham Rd home before the victim was allegedly shot during a confrontation with the occupant of the property.
The four men got back in the car and fled but after a short distance realised one of them had been shot.
Nearby residents were told to remain indoors and keep their doors locked as police swarmed the area.
A 35-year-old man was arrested by homicide squad detectives near the scene and detectives have charged him with murder.
A man has been charged with murder over the shooting death of a man in Wooroloo. Credit: 7NEWS
He was refused bail and is due to appear in Midland Magistrates Court on Monday.
Meanwhile police are still looking for two men who ran from the scene.
“It has since been established that two men who were seen to run from the area into bushland had attended the scene with the victim, and fled the area on foot after the victim was shot,” a police spokesperson said.
The investigation is ongoing and anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers.
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