THE first picture of a 19-year-old who died after being stabbed in Bradford has been released by police.

West Yorkshire Police officially named the victim of a stabbing in Duckworth Lane on Thursday night as Muhammed Mujahid Hussain.

They also issued a picture of Mr Hussain.

Officers were called at 11.58pm on Thursday to reports of an ongoing fight between a large group of males, on Duckworth Lane.

A number of cars were damaged in the disorder and, shortly after midnight, Mr Hussain attended Bradford Royal Infirmary (BRI) with a single stab wound.

He died a short time later in hospital, triggering police to launch a murder investigation.

A police cordon was in place throughout Friday on Duckworth Lane, between its junction with Little Lane and Girlington Road and Duckworth Terrace and St Leonard's Road.

Forensic officers combed the street for evidence and later on Friday two males - aged 17 and 20 - were arrested on suspicion of violent disorder.

Police have now arrested two more people in connection with the stabbing.

An 18-year-old male and 20-year-old male have both been detained on suspicion of murder.

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All four men arrested in connection with the murder investigation so far are currently in custody.

Police have issued a renewed appeal for witnesses and information, specifically mentioning a video of the fight that is being shared on social media.

Detective Chief Inspector Vanessa Rolfe, of the Homicide and Major Enquiry Team, said: “We are aware there is phone footage being shared of the fight on Duckworth Lane and would urge anyone who was in the area or with information that could assist our investigation to please come forward.

“A young man has lost his life and we would urge the community to work with us to ensure that those responsible are brought to justice.”

Information can be given to the police by calling 101, using the contact options on the West Yorkshire Police website, or you can send footage or information directly to the investigation team anonymously using the Major Incident Public Portal.

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You can also give information anonymously to independent charity Crimestoppers on: 0800 555 111.