A murder investigation has been launched after a teenager in south east London died when a lump of concrete was thrown at the car he was travelling in.
Nassem Galleze, 17, was travelling in the backseat of the Vauxhall Corsa while travelling through Brockley with two other friends when the vehicle was attacked.
A concrete block thrown at the car while it was leaving the Turnham estate on 27 September, smashing the windscreen and causing the vehicle to crash into a lamp post.
Met Police officers, the London Ambulance Service and London's Air Ambulance attended the scene and found Galleze. He was taken to a south London hospital in a critical condition but later died of multiple injuries consistent with a road traffic collision. His two friends who were also in the car at the time of the crash suffered minor injuries.
Six men, aged between 19 and 23, have been arrested in connection with the incident. Four have been bailed pending further enquiries, while two males aged 19 and 22 remain in police custody.
Police are now appealing for information and witnesses to come forward to help with their murder investigation.
Detective Chief Inspector Noel McHugh of the Homicide and Major Crime Command said: "Firstly I would like to hear from anyone who saw the mint green Vauxhall Corsa on the Turnham Estate prior to the collision.
"Several people rushed to help Nassem and there are some who have yet to speak with police. We know the incident was also witnessed by other passers-by and residents in the area and again, we would encourage anyone who saw anything or has any information to come forward. Please do not assume that we already have the important information that you hold.
"We are keeping an open mind about the motive for this incident. Please do the right thing and be assured we will treat all information in the strictest confidence."
The teenager's father, Hakim Galleze, said he has been "numb with pain" ever since the 17-year-old was killed. He added: "Every time my phone rings or there's knock at the door, I pray it is Nassem. Our beloved Nassem's life has been brutally ended and my family are devastated.
"People will have seen what happened and they will have heard things; you might be thinking do I talk to the police? Take a look at the car where my son died and you know there's only one thing to do for Nassem and our family. Please assist the police."
Anyone with any information, should contact the Incident Room on 020 8785 8099 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.