A murder investigation has been launched in Birmingham after a 16-year-old boy became the second teenager to be stabbed to death in the city in a week.
The boy was discovered in Herbert Road in Small Heath at around 8.00pm on Wednesday.
He had suffered serious stab wounds and was pronounced dead at the scene.
A 15-year-old boy was treated by paramedics after he was assaulted and suffered minor injuries.
On Thursday, a wide police cordon surrounded Sara Park, its children's play area and several nearby streets, with a few officers guarding the scene visible from the barrier tape.
It comes just seven days after 16-year-old student Sidali Mohamed, who had fled war-torn Somalia with his family as a toddler, was stabbed outside Joseph Chamberlain College in Balsall Heath, a few minutes' drive from the latest attack.