Three men and a 15 -year-old boy have been arrested on distrust of slaying in accordance with the death of a teen in Bournemouth.
Jack Gudge, 17, was observed unconscious with serious injuries on Wimborne Road in Winton shortly before 01:00 BST.
Police said it was believed the teen was injured during a fight close to Tesco Express.
He was taken to the Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospital but subsequently died.
The suspects, a 15 -year-old boy, two men aged 27 and 21 all from the Bournemouth area, and a third human have been detained on mistrust of murder.
A cordon remains in place in Wimborne Road at the junctions of Brassey Road, Victoria Park Road and Castle Road while investigators examine the scene.
Police said a post-mortem was expected to take place later.
Floral tributes have been left on the pavement outside the store where Jack was detected fatally injured.
Friends, family and local residents have also taken to social media to express their grief.
Posting on Facebook, Josh Gudge wrote: “You were best cousin anyone could have I will miss you so much I love you xxxx.”
His former school, Oak Academy posted on Twitter: “We are shocked and deep saddened by the devastating news about Jack. Our guess are with his family at this terrible time.”
Jimmy Snell took to Twitter to pay tribute: “Can’t believe the news, someone I grew up with taken so young, entirely shocked.”
Det Chf Insp Neil Devoto said: “Specially developed household liaison officers continue to update Jack’s family with the developments and our thoughts are with them at this tragic and most difficult time.”
Police have appealed for witnesses to come forward.
Read more: www.bbc.co.uk
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