Cash was strewn across the street from the car accident, where the 15-year-old student was arrested for murdering the 20-year-old "after a gang fight."
- The 19-year-old man, who is considered a driver, was found dead in the middle of the street
- Spectators have captured the entire incident on their cell phones as grim souvenirs
- The police asked them not to share the footage online and to hand it over to the detectives instead
- Thames Valley police have arrested a 25-year-old student on suspicion of murder
Everywhere in the leafy market town of Oxfordshire, where a 15-year-old student was arrested on suspicion of murder, bills were scattered about a car accident.
The 19-year-old driver was declared dead after being found on the street in Thame shortly after 7:05 p.m. last night and filmed on the phone by creepy spectators.
His car, a gray hatchback, could be seen in pictures that were folded up on the middle of the track when the police arrested a 15-year-old boy nearby.
A local resident who refused to be named told how the money was spread all over the street at the site of the murder.
"I think the fight was over 20 pounds of drugs, there was money all over the street. I have a friend who was there and he told me that, ”he suggested.
The 15-year-old handcuffed student is led away by officials after he was arrested for the murder
There were online suggestions that the crash was linked to a fight involving a youth gang – but the police didn't comment.
Spectators filmed the attack on cell phones and were asked to hand the footage over to Thames Valley police officers
Chief investigator, Detective Inspector Mike Roddy, urged witnesses to report who may have seen something suspicious.
He said: "We know that there have been a number of people in the area who have seen this and may have even videotaped part of the incident.
The murder victim's car was seen folded on its back in the middle of the street in Thame
The Thames Valley Police cordoned off the alley as it gathered evidence from the scene
"Please do not share this video on social media, but with the police. A man died in this incident. If you have footage or pictures, this can be very traumatic for the deceased man's family and friends.
"We know this will be of concern to the community, but there will be an increased police presence in the region. If you have any concerns, feel free to contact these officials."
Thame, named after the river, is a quiet city and was formerly known as the home of the late Bee Gees legend Robin Gibb.
Forensic officers worked on the scene late into the night, aided by floodlights from the police
The area's firefighters were also called down because of fears that someone might be cut out of a vehicle.
A spokesman for Thame Fire Station said: “We just participated in a serious street collision in Thame this evening.
"Please avoid the area and respect the barriers attached."