On the one month anniversary of the muder of a 19-year-old, detectives are making a fresh appeal for information.
Micah Urquhart of Hastings Street in Luton was found in Hastings Street at 12.40am on September 13 by a member of the public and died at the scene from a stab wound to the heart.
Waqar Younis, 19, of Queens Close in Luton, and Paul Lynham, 18, of Midland Road in Luton, have already been charged with murder and are awaiting trial.
Det Chief Insp Sharn Basra of Beds Cambs and Herts Major Crime Unit said: “I am sure that someone within the local community holds important information and I would encourage them to get in touch. A family has lost their son and their brother without knowing the reasons why and I am sure that someone in Luton can help us answer why.”
Micah was last seen leaving his home at 3.30pm on September 12 and walking towards the town centre.
He was later spotted at 11.30pm on CCTV footage from the Premier Stores at the corner of Chapel Street and Elizabeth Street.
Det Chief Insp Basra said: “We still desperately need to know what else took place between 3.30pm on Thursday September 12 and 12.40am on Friday and I would urge anyone who may have seen Micah or been with him during those times to get in touch with the inquiry team as soon as possible.”
Detectives are still seeking information about four men who were seen going in to an alley way which runs between two houses that have been converted in to flats in Hastings Street.
It is believed one of the men then returned to the entrance of the alley way and turned right towards The Butcher’s Public House where he stands and is joined moments later by another member of the group.
Both men are then joined by the remaining two group members before they all leave the scene towards Elizabeth Street.
All the group are described as wearing hooded tops; one is described as black and another is described as a white man with short straight ginger hair which was brushed forward.
Anyone with information relating to this investigation can contact the Major Crime Unit on 01707 355666, or Bedfordshire Police, in confidence, on 101, or text information to 07786 200011.