Residents in the area have paid their respects to an 18-year-old man who was stabbed to death in broad daylight during a bloody ambush.
Jamie Meah has been photographed for the first time since he and another unnamed teen, both 16, were knifed in a taxi in Armley, Leeds, on Friday.
Jamie was pronounced dead shortly after being rushed to the hospital shortly before 5.30 p.m.
The injuries sustained by the second victim are not believed to be life-threatening.
West Yorkshire Police have launched a murder investigation, blaming three suspects in another vehicle.
Jamie was riding in the taxi during rush hour with his younger friend when another vehicle brought the private hire car to a halt and the trio leapt out to attack its two passengers.
Jamie allegedly fled the scene and entered a nearby fish and chip shop, where he collapsed and was given CPR before succumbing to his injuries.
One person said: “God bless him. My thoughts are with his family. Taken too soon. Knife crime needs sorting out. So many young people dying. RIP young boy. The angels will be looking over you xx.”
Another added: “Another tragedy. Senseless. Poor lad and family.”
A third wrote: “So sad hope they find who is responsible. RIP young man. Taken too soon.”
Senior Investigating Officer, Detective Chief Inspector Lee Townley, of the Homicide and Major Enquiry Team, said: “Extensive enquiries are being carried out in relation to this murder investigation, our thoughts remain with the victim who has lost his life as a result of a violent attack on the streets of Leeds.
“We are working to establish the full circumstances surrounding this incident.
“What we do know is that the two males were in a taxi at the time when they were attacked by three suspects in another vehicle.
“I would appeal urgently to anyone who was in the area last night, who may have dashcam footage, or CCTV or mobile phone footage of anything suspicious to come forward.”
DCI Townley added: “This incident will undoubtedly cause concern in the community and we are working with our colleagues in the Neighbourhood Policing team to step up patrols and provide extra reassurance.”