POLICE are still hunting the hit-and-run driver who killed a Huddersfield teenager.
Adam O'Toole, 18, was killed after he was knocked down by a car while using a pedestrian crossing on New Hey Road in Salendine Nook.
Since the tragedy at 10.30am on March 6 police have revealed the make and colour of the car involved, along with an efit of the driver.
The inquiry has since been widened to Greater Manchester as the car was last seen heading on New Hey Road past the Nont Sarah's pub at Scammonden towards the Oldham area.
Det Insp Bob Davies, of Kirklees CID, said: "We are still following up active leads in Greater Manchester."
And he has again appealed for witnesses or anyone with information about the driver to come forward.
He added: "That road is always busy, yet no-one seems to have seen what happened.
"It is vital that anyone with any information should come forward. They can talk to us in strict confidence.
"If the driver does come from Greater Manchester where had he been in Huddersfield that morning? Does he work in the town, was he visiting someone or had he been out in Huddersfield the night before?"
Last month both Adam's girlfriend, 18-year-old Laura Davidson, and his mother, Beverley O'Toole, spoke about their terrible loss.
Huddersfield Technical College student Laura, 18, of Hade Edge, said: "Everyone says to me that time is a healer. But you don't heal from losing your life and that's what has happened to me.
"I'm not living now, just existing."
Beverley, 47, who lived with Adam in Holmbridge, said: "The world I knew has ended. Nothing makes sense any more. I just miss him all the time. Life is empty without him."
They both believe there are witnesses who have yet to come forward.
Laura said: "No matter how insignificant you think it is, the information you have may help find Adam's killer."
Police have issued an e-fit of a man they want to trace.
He is white and in his 20s, with a thin face, prominent nose and long, dark brown, unkempt hair.
He was driving a blue hatchback car which was damaged at the front after the tragedy. Evidence from the scene meant experts were able to say it was a blue Rover 200 made between 1995 and 1999.
Huddersfield New College student Adam was a promising rugby union player. He aimed to attend go to Leeds Metropolitan University to study sports. His ambition was to become a rugby coach.
Anyone with information should phone 01484 436685 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.