Police hunt four men over murder of boy, 18, stabbed to death in a taxi knife attack that also left 16-year-old injured | The Sun

POLICE investigating the murder of a teen boy stabbed to death in a brutal attack have released images of four men they are hunting.

Jamie Meah, 18, died in hospital after being knifed in Leeds on March 31.

A 16-year-old boy, who was travelling with Jamie in a taxi before the attack, was also seriously injured in the horror.

Police have today released pictures of four men they are hoping to trace.

Aquade Jeffers, Caleb Awe, Enham Nishat, all aged 20, and Ranei Wilks, aged 21, are wanted in connection with Jamie's death.

The men are believed to have links to Leeds, Merseyside and the Greater Manchester areas.

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Senior Investigating Officer, Det Chief Insp Damian Roebuck, said: “Jamie’s death was a tragedy in which a young man with his life ahead of him was needlessly cut short.

“We would like to speak to these four males who are wanted for his murder.

"These men are believed to have links to the Leeds, Liverpool and Greater Manchester areas and enquiries are actively being carried out in those areas.”

“I would urge anyone who thinks they may have seen any of these four males, or knows of their whereabouts to please contact us with those details.”

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Jamie was travelling with the teen boy in a taxi when they were stopped by a group in another vehicle.

He was rushed to hospital with stab wounds but sadly couldn't be saved.

The public are being urged not to approach the group but instead call 999 quoting reference 13230180255.

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