Tributes have been left in memory of a man who was killed in a knife attack in Wiltshire.

The flowers, cards and other tributes have been left on Gainsborough Close in Bemerton Heath, remembering Tsvetomir Genov.

He died after a stabbing on August 22.

Written in one card, a tribute reads: "You will always be the moon, stars and my sunshine in the sky. I will always miss you forever."

The mayor of Salisbury, Cllr Atiqul Hoque, has also paid tribute to Mr Genov. He said: "It’s very sad what happened to the young man. I would like to express my heartfelt condolences to the family not only as Mayor but as a Bemerton Heath resident."

Cllr Hoque added that he wanted to send a "clear message" to young people, this was: "Please think before making quick irrational moves, it destroys lives. It has a knock-on effect on the whole community.

"I’d like to also extend my thanks to the emergency service for their prompt response and for dealing with social media."

Maurice Jones, of Gainsborough Close, was charged with murder on Thursday, August 24. 

He is scheduled to appear before Winchester Crown Court on Tuesday, August 29.