FUNDRAISERS and petitions have been set up in 'loving memory' of murder victim Josh Harling.

Mr Harling, was found with fatal injuries on Chinnor Road in Thame shortly after 7pm on Wednesday night.

Moments before police cordoned off the area, Thame Fire Station said they had been at the scnee of a major car crash. 

Eyewitness said they saw a car on its roof and residents nearby were all locked down. 

A post-mortem has now revealed that the cause of death a was a stab wound. 

Social media has since been flooded with tributes to the 19-year-old and family and friend have set up fundraisers to support his family through the 'hard times'. 

Within 24 hours one Go Fund Me page, set up by Maisie Mitchell, raised £2,369.

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See the fundraiser here. 

Another, set up just one day ago by Kyle Watson, has raised £1,031. 

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See the fundraiser here. 

Toby Russell donated some money, saying: "I only met him once, but in that short time he was such a welcoming and caring person who made many people smile, he deserved the best the world could offer and more."

Four teenagers, three aged 19 and one 15-year-old boy, have been arrested on suspicion of murder and investigation officers were yesterday have been granted more time by the Magistrates Court to question them.

A petition has also been set up to 'get justice for Josh' and has been signed nearly 700 times. 

On the page, it says: "Help us get justice for josh, his family and his friends. He was so young and didn’t deserve to go this way. He deserved so much more then what he got and truly deserved a long and happy life."