Connor Brown murder: Floral tributes left by patients at Sunderland GP surgery where the 'happy and kind' teenager worked

Patients at the GP surgery where Connor Brown worked have left touching tributes to the 'happy and smiley' 18-year-old.

Thursday, 28th February 2019, 09:32 am
Updated Thursday, 28th February 2019, 09:42 am
Tributes left outside the GP surgery

Connor died following an incident behind The Borough in Vine Place, Sunderland city centre, in the early hours of Sunday.

He was rushed to the RVI for treatment but sadly passed away.

Tributes left outside the GP surgery

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Dozens of tributes have been left in the city centre where the GP receptionist was fatally attacked.

Now patients at Happy House Surgery, where the popular teenager worked, have left floral tributes outside the Durham Road practice.

One tribute outside the GP surgery said: "RIP Connor. Although we didn't know you personally we did know you as the happy, smiley receptionist from the doctors. You helped my mam hold my son when he needed bloods doing.

Connor Brown

"You were always smiling."

Another reads: "Connor, always such a kind, helpful and considerate chap. So very sorry this has happened to you and your family.

"Saying prayers for you and all those close to you."

'We did know you as the happy smiley receptionist'

Friends of Connor have announced that they will hold a balloon release event on a field next to North Moor Lane in Farringdon tomorrow.

The balloons are set to be released at 6.30pm.

To donate to the fund click here.

'Always such a kind, helpful and considerate chap'
Tributes left outside the GP surgery