Police are offering £20,000 for information which leads to the conviction of the people who murdered Ethan Nedd-Bruce in Greenwich.

The 18-year-old was shot dead in Woolwich, south east London, exactly three years ago today, and his family say they still want justice for their murdered son.

At around 9:20pm on October 22 2018, Ethan was approached by a group of males in Woolwich Road who then chased him into Armitage Road where he was shot by two men on a motorcycle.

Detective Chief Inspector Richard Leonard said the force are once again appealing for information in relation to the fatal shooting.

He said: "Ethan's family are obviously devastated by what's happened and they are seeking justice.

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"We know it's a very close-knit community in the area, but we believe that someone will know what happened and/or who was responsible."

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Police added that they are also looking to speak to the man pictured above who is believed to have witnessed the attack.

"No piece of information is too small, do the right thing and provide Ethan's family with the information they need."

Police are also appealing to information regarding a Ford Kuga which they believe was involved, and the high power motorcycle that he suspect used.

Cherie Nedd, Ethan's mother, added a comment: "As you can appreciate as a mother, my family and community are utterly bereft.

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"I'm asking for members of the public, any witnesses that may have seen something, may know something about Ethan's murder to come forward and help the police to successfully convict the murderers."

You can contact the incident room on 0208 721 4622, or speak to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.