The two boys who died in a road traffic collision in Ely on Monday have been named as best friends Harvey Evans, 15, and Kyrees Sullivan, 16.

From South Wales Police:

Harvey’s family has released the following tribute:

“Our hearts are truly broken by the sudden death of Harvey, our much-loved son, grandson, brother, nephew, friend, and boyfriend.

“He lived life to the full, he had a big heart and deep down he truly cared. He was a best friend to Kyrees, and our thoughts and prayers are with his family also.

“We ask for peace within the community and request that people leave the investigation to the police so we can get the answers we so desperately need to lay Harvey to rest.

“As Harvey’s mum I want to remember our son as the fun and loving son that he was and not as the media are portraying him now.”

Kyrees’ family has released the following tribute:

“Kyrees was a loving, caring handsome young man, a loving son to Belinda and Craig, little brother to Aleah and Jordan and a special uncle KyKy to Myra.

“He was loved so much by his grandparents and aunties and uncles and his many cousins.

“Him and Harvey along with Niall were best friends since they were young and went everywhere together, they both had so many friends and were very well liked doing many things together, having fun & laughs!!

“They were loved by not only their families but by their community as well. Belinda, Craig & families, would like to thank everyone for all their kind words, flowers, and messages since they lost their son.”

South Wales Police is continuing to investigate a fatal road traffic collision and serious disorder which happened on Monday, May 22.

We are appealing for witnesses, information, CCTV, and footage from mobile phones and social media.

We are extremely grateful for the support from the community and urge anyone with information to contact South Wales Police.

South Wales Police has made a mandatory referral to the Independent Office for Police Conduct to ensure the matter receives independent scrutiny.

Please submit information and digital footage online via a public portal