The parents of a young man who was shot by a gang have launched a fresh appeal to catch his killers, ten years on from his death.
Adam Chadwick was 20 years old when he was murdered while trying to stop three masked men entering his sister's house in Clifton Mount in Harehills, Leeds.
His family are now taking their campaign for justice to the streets.
The offenders were described as three black men wearing masks and camouflage clothing.
A woman who had been with them was described as white, aged in her late twenties, around 5ft 5ins tall with dark brown hair, olive skin and dark eyes. She was wearing a baggy black fleece or cardigan over a round neck black top.
Despite extensive police enquiries and repeated appeals for information, those responsible for the murder are yet to be caught.
Adam’s family remain convinced that someone in the community has information that could help to identify his killers.
To support the appeal, the independent charity Crimestoppers has a £10,000 reward available to anyone providing information directly to Crimestoppers that leads to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the murder.