An outpouring of support to help with funeral costs of a teenager stabbed to death in Halifax has seen hundreds of pounds donated to an appeal.
Condolences have poured in for 17-year-old Jamie Brown after he was stabbed to death in Halifax over the weekend.
A funding page to help pay for the funeral services of the teenager killed in Halifax was created yesterday and it has raised £750 so far.
The JustGiving page has been created by Brandon Smith and it is aiming to help raise funds for the teenager's funeral.
On the page he said: "As many of you may know, a young, innocent, kind hearted lad named Jamie Brown sadly lost his life to a horrible attack involving weapons.
"The life and passing of young Jamie has affected everyone in the small town of Halifax, West Yorkshire and I would like to ask everyone to carry on spreading their love for little Jamie Brown and has family and to donate willingly to help cover the costs for Jamie to have the send off he deserves. R.I.P Soldier, gone but never forgotten! #J4J."
West Yorkshire Police’s Homicide and Major Enquiry Team (HMET) is continuing to appeal for witnesses to the incident in East Park Road, which happened shortly before 9.30pm.
Six teenagers are being held by police over the murder of the 17-year-old boy in Halifax.
To make a donation to the Just Giving Page follow the links here