Four men of Indian heritage in their 20s have been charged with the murder of a 23-year-old delivery driver, also of Indian heritage, after an attack in Shrewsbury, England. The victim, Aurman Singh, was killed in the Berwick Avenue area of the city. Four men have been charged with his murder and another person was arrested and released on police bail. The police are investigating the circumstances of the murder. Detective Chief Inspector Mark Bellamy expressed condolences to Aurman’s family and friends. In simpler words, the speaker said that Aurman used to deliver things, but they don’t think his job was the reason for his death. They are not looking into it as a robbery. They think the people involved knew each other and are not from Shrewsbury or the area where the police work. So far, we have arrested five people in connection with the murder. We are also continuing to investigate to find and arrest the remaining suspects,” he said. The suspects are from Tipton, Dudley, and Smethwick in the West Midlands area of England. In the meantime, the victim’s family released a statement through the police, stating that there are no words to explain how much this tragedy has affected them. “Today, a mother will age without her son. A girl will get older without her brother. We don’t want the same thing that happened to us to happen to another family. We want to say thank you to the police for working hard on their investigation and for helping us during this difficult time,” the statement says. The police have asked anyone who has information or videos of the attack to please come forward. Please rewrite the text using simpler words.