The mum of a man shot dead in a random attack at an Essex petrol station has warned it could happen again unless police patrols are increased.
John Pordage was killed at a BP Garage in Great Baddow near Chelmsford in August.
His Mum Sue Wilson says the number of teenagers carrying guns in the area is increasing and she fears there will be more fatalities unless action is taken.
Two teenagers went on trial charged in connection with John's death last month.
A 16-year-old boy was cleared of his murder while 18-year-old Saul Stanley was found guilty of firearms offences and perverting the course of justice.
But police still haven't found Bradley Blundell who's accused of pulling the trigger. He remains on the run and detectives think he could be abroad.
Essex Police said there has been a continued increase in drug and gang-related violence - but there had not been a particular increase in the Baddow area.
They say they are "working closely with community groups, schools and our partners to address these issues."