GARDAÍ are hunting for a number of teenagers linked to the murder of 20-year-old student Cameron Blair.
Cameron, from Ballinascarthy in West Cork, died after being stabbed in the neck during an incident at a house on Bandon Road in Cork city.
A party had been taking place at the house at the time.
Mr Blair, who has been remembered as a popular student and a great athlete and rugby player, collapsed on the street shortly after being stabbed.
Superintendent Michael Comyns said searches have been carried out in the undergrowth of a cliff face in the O'Donovan Rossa Road and Connaught Avenue area, for weapons and for traces of anyone having gone through the areas.
He urged anyone with video footage from the scene to give it to gardaí and not to share it on social media.
Cameron was a student at Cork Institute of Technology.
President of CIT's students' union, Aaron Buckley, said: "He was always smiling and always a great person to be around."
Cameron was also remembered for his “boyish smile and joy of life” which left an indelible mark on anyone he met, or any team he played on.
The chemical engineering student had been due to line out with Bandon's second team in a league game tonight.