The family of Tsvetomir Genov, 20, who died in a stabbing in Gainsborough Close, Salisbury, on August 22 have paid tribute to him.
In a moving statement, they said: “We lost our first-born amazing son TG suddenly and it is a really hard time for our family.
“He is a brother to two boys and also a father to a little boy.
“We still don’t want to believe he is not here anymore and he will never be back and we will never see his smile again, will not hear his voice, his little boy will have to grow up without his father….It is hard and painful, sad and heart breaking.
“He will stay forever 20 as someone took him from us in such a cruel and horrible way.
“A man has been charged with his murder but it won’t bring TG back. The thought that we have to live without him now is hard. No one should have to go through this….
“We would like to say thank you to every service involved for their hard work, it has meant a lot.
“Also, we are grateful to all the community, friends and everyone being with us in this hard time and we would like to thank them all for their support, for sympathy cards and flowers.
“They are still arriving, people even bring us hot food. We have no words for this. Whatever we say will not be enough!
“It is lovely to see so many people thinking of TG and us. A lot of people get in touch with us and it is really appreciated, people we don’t know have been crying and praying for our son and offering us help.