The heartbroken grandmother of a man shot dead in Sheffield has today issued an emotional appeal urging those withholding information to come forward - one month on from the killing.
The car driver was also shot, but survived the gun attack.
Detectives investigating the shooting believe people with information are choosing to remain silent.
Jordan’s grandmother Lynn Hamblett, aged 64, of Waterthorpe, Sheffield, today urged those keeping quiet to come forward.
She said: “Jordan was a beautiful boy – he was handsome, very well liked and so, so loved. He was the light and joy in our lives. Our lives will never be the same.
“He was taken on December 21 and we can never come to terms with the way it happened and we can never come to terms with the loss that we feel.
“I appeal to anybody who knows what happened on the night, or the events leading up to it – however small or insignificant – to come forward. We need to bring Jordan’s killers to justice.”
After the shooting, a red Mitsubishi Shogun, which police suspect was involved in the incident, was abandoned in the Ponderosa park in Netherthorpe, Sheffield, and a number of people were seen fleeing the vehicle.
Asif Yousaf, 32, of Violet Bank Road, Nether Edge, Sheffield, has been charged with murder and attempted murder in connection with Jordan’s death. Two other men arrested have been released on bail.